Old WWII Planes Become A Canvas For Artists

Old WWII Planes Become A Canvas For Artists
Design

Eric Firestone is showcasing his latest project -- aircrafts painted by 30 different talents -- at the Pima Air & Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona.

Sam McNerney
  • 26 january 2012

From January 28th to May 31 the Pima Air and Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona, will be hosting an exhibition featuring old World War II planes. The exhibition, “Round Trip: Art From the Bone Yard Project,” was made possible by Eric Firestone and is curated by Carlo McCormick. The idea is intriguing: Firestone and McCormick, along with 30 other artists who are participating in the project, are using abandoned DC Super 3 and C45 planes as well as C97 cockpits as canvases. According to the press release:

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