Friday, February 3, 2012

Amazing Graffiti on Old-Retired Aircraft.

I'm sure we've all seen a train go by adorned with tags of graffiti all over it's boxcars... have you ever seen graffiti on airplanes...? 

Back in 2010, Eric Firestone and Carlo McCormic conceived the Boneyard Project, which featured 30 artists in the desert, over the span of 2 years painting aircraft in a sorta graffiti kinda way.... pretty cool! 
The term "bone yard" refers to the remote, desolate parking stations for these behemoth, inactive vessels in the dessert. The first installment of this expanding series, called The Boneyard Project: Nose Job, was comprised of works from over a dozen artists. This current "part 2" of the project is titled The Boneyard Project: Return Trip and features more than 30 artists. The exhibit will be at the Pima Air & Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona from January 28 until May 31, 2012.

via mymodernmet

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