Artist Christo's latest creation

Renowned international artist Christo unveiled his latest spectacular creation: a balloon-like installation that fills the inside of a former natural gas storage tank

in Germany and reaches a height of nearly 300 ft. The world’s largest self-supporting sculpture will be on show to the public from March 16 until Dec. 30, 2013.

Christo Unveils Oberhausen Installation

OBERHAUSEN, GERMANY - MARCH 15: The large-scale environmental art Big Air Package, latest work of artist Christo, is seen in a former gas storage facility called the Gasometer on March 15, 2013 in Oberhausen, Germany. The piece is made from 5.3 tons of translucent material covering 20,350 square meters and shaped with 4.500 meters of cable, and fills the interior of the facility. The installation will be open to the public from March 16 through December 30. (Photo by Hannelore Foerster/Getty Images)

Christo Unveils Oberhausen Installation

OBERHAUSEN, GERMANY - MARCH 15: Bulgarian-born artist Christo (C), known for his large-scale environmental art, leads journalists through his Big Air Package, his latest work in a former gas storage facility called the Gasometer on March 15, 2013 in Oberhausen, Germany. The piece is made from 5.3 tons of translucent material covering 20,350 square meters and shaped with 4.500 meters of cable, and fills the interior of the facility. The installation will be open to the public from March 16 through December 30. (Photo by Hannelore Foerster/Getty Images)

Christo Unveils Oberhausen Installation

OBERHAUSEN, GERMANY - MARCH 15: Curator Jeanette Schmitz and Bulgarian-born artist Christo, known for his large-scale environmental art, leads journalists through his Big Air Package, his latest work in a former gas storage facility called the Gasometer on March 15, 2013 in Oberhausen, Germany. The piece is made from 5.3 tons of translucent material covering 20,350 square meters and shaped with 4.500 meters of cable, and fills the interior of the facility. The installation will be open to the public from March 16 through December 30. (Photo by Hannelore Foerster/Getty Images)

Christo Unveils Oberhausen Installation

OBERHAUSEN, GERMANY - MARCH 15: The large-scale environmental art Big Air Package, latest work of artist Christo, is seen in a former gas storage facility called the Gasometer on March 15, 2013 in Oberhausen, Germany. The piece is made from 5.3 tons of translucent material covering 20,350 square meters and shaped with 4.500 meters of cable, and fills the interior of the facility. The installation will be open to the public from March 16 through December 30. (Photo by Hannelore Foerster/Getty Images)

Christo Unveils Oberhausen Installation

OBERHAUSEN, GERMANY - MARCH 15: Bulgarian-born artist Christo, known for his large-scale environmental art, leads journalists through his Big Air Package, his latest work in a former gas storage facility called the Gasometer on March 15, 2013 in Oberhausen, Germany. The piece is made from 5.3 tons of translucent material covering 20,350 square meters and shaped with 4.500 meters of cable, and fills the interior of the facility. The installation will be open to the public from March 16 through December 30. (Photo by Hannelore Foerster/Getty Images)

Christo Unveils Oberhausen Installation

OBERHAUSEN, GERMANY - MARCH 15: Bulgarian-born artist Christo (R), known for his large-scale environmental art, and his photographer Wolfgang Volz lead journalists through his Big Air Package, his latest work in a former gas storage facility called the Gasometer on March 15, 2013 in Oberhausen, Germany. The piece is made from 5.3 tons of translucent material covering 20,350 square meters and shaped with 4.500 meters of cable, and fills the interior of the facility. The installation will be open to the public from March 16 through December 30. (Photo by Hannelore Foerster/Getty Images)

Christo Unveils Oberhausen Installation

OBERHAUSEN, GERMANY - MARCH 15: Christo, the Bulgarian-born artist know for his large-scale environmental art, leads journalists through the Big Air Package, his latest work in a former gas storage facility called the Gasometer on March 15, 2013 in Oberhausen, Germany. The piece is made from 5.3 tons of translucent material covering 20,350 square meters and shaped with 4.500 meters of cable, and fills the interior of the facility. The installation will be open to the public from March 16 through December 30. (Photo by Hannelore Foerster/Getty Images)