It’s bigger than you think.
The original Big Love Ball is BIG. At 5 feet in diameter it sends a message so big it’s impossible to ignore. Big Love Ball buzz can be felt from a football field away but we suggest you get nice and close.
I am, I’m in, I do.
Big Love Ball is making its way around the globe, into the hearts of every culture through the use of social media and the instantaneous nature of Instagram. Big Love Ball is an irresistible invitation to connect. In a moment it has become a movement. A message of inclusion and compassion. Big Love Ball is for everyone.
Big Love Ball travels to destinations in a smartly packaged box and is easily inflated in just a few minutes. It is now in your hands.
“HOW COULD I SHARE MY PROFOUND FEELING IN AN UNCOMPLICATED WAY?”
– Wendy Williams Watt
I am an interior designer, art director and former retailer. Three years ago I created Big Love Ball. I found this to be more exhilarating than anything else I’ve done. Big Love Ball was the manifestation of many feelings I had when shifting from the world of things and spaces to moments and people. Tired of expressing myself through s t u f f I was forced to take stock when my computer mouse battery expired and the screen announced dryly
I set out to engage in the physical world seeking matterful connection with friends I’d not yet met. I felt compelled to express my love for humanity as swiftly and as vastly as I could. How could I share my profound feeling in an uncomplicated way? As I think in visual metaphor, Big Love Ball actualized before me. Social media became my medium upon which I could illuminate concepts of importance. I wished to honor others. This big buoyant symbol of inclusion and connection now had a function. I was delivered from a state of stagnation and loneliness, with hours upon hours of exciting, silly, deepening, moving things to do before me. I remain a culture gawker with an insatiable appetite for art, nature, design, music, fashion, literature and film. I love mondo and micro moments. Enriched with my own sense of purpose I rest at the end of the day, full. Tomorrow excites me.