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/// The Boneyard Project: Return Flight. Eric Firestone, Carlo McCormick + Medvin Sobioa, ‘The Boneyard Project’ curators—a reference to the place where airplanes “go to die”—have attempted to show the world how much potential and value these supposedly redundant machines still possess.

BAST, Jerkey Jermel, 2012, mixed media on Process DC3 cockpit (In the beginning of 2012 an art exhibition took place in Arizona where great artists painted these retired airplanes)

Artists pay Tribute to Robin Williams with Wonderful Artworks

Artists pay Tribute to Robin Williams with Wonderful Artworks - http://designyoutrust.com/2014/08/artists-pay-tribute-to-robin-williams-with-wonderful-artworks/

As long as we have dreamed we have imagined flight, it’s a myth as old as Icarus, and the visual arts, as the primary expression of our visionary impulses has long held a particular fascination for the flying- as far back as Leonardo Da Vinci’s drawings of airplane designs in the late 15th Century. http://skylids.com