The cloud making service has been started in the unlikely city of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, where Khmer Cloud Making Service, has pushed the idea forward of producing a variety of shaped clouds for the enjoyment of spectators.
People reading this will either be disappointed or impressed, the clouds are not formed from water vapour but are actually made from a mixture of soap and helium, which is foamed up and goes through a stencil forming a heart-shaped cloud and is released into the sky with a swift swipe across the base of the stencil.
The machine which forms the cloud is called a cloud printer and the company has stated that they are able to produce a number of different shapes to meet the needs of their customers.
The service of making clouds has become the daylight equivalent of hiring fireworks for a party.
The production of clouds is not cheap as on khmercloudmaker.com, the companies website, it states that a 65cm cloud printer costs $999(£680), an 80cm cloud printer costs $1,199(£820) and if the user wants to purchase more fuel used to make the clouds, it will set them back $50(£35). People outside of Cambodia are currently unable to hire the cloud printer.