Graffiti vs retired World War II military planes

When graffiti art ends up on vintage World War II airplanes, you can be certain to take part in a breathtaking adventure! Check out these amazing and legendary birds getting a fresh coat of paint…

The story

  • Who : “Eric Firestone, Carlo Mccormick, Leslie Oliver and Med Sobio”
  • What : “the boneyard project: return trip”
  • Where : “pima air and space museum, tucson, arizona, USA”
  • When : “january 28th, 2012 until may 31st, 2012”
  • Why : “‘the boneyard project: return trip’ is the second installation of the series in which the artists created a semi-sculptural, painted expression of his/her associations with the history of air travel and warfare.”

The pictures

Below is my personal selection of some of the most moving pictures of the exhibition.

Graffiti WWII Airplanes FAILE

Graffiti WWII Airplanes FAILE

Graffiti WWII Airplanes HOW AND NOSM

Graffiti WWII Airplanes HOW AND NOSM

Graffiti WWII Airplanes HOW AND NOSM

Graffiti WWII Airplanes NUNCA

Graffiti WWII Airplanes NUNCA

Graffiti WWII Airplanes NUNCA

Graffiti WWII Airplanes RETNA

Graffiti WWII Airplanes RETNA

Graffiti WWII Airplanes SANER

Graffiti WWII Airplanes SPY TIGER

Graffiti WWII Airplanes SPY TIGER

All pictures © eric firesone. You can find all of them and more by clicking here.

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