Artists Give New Life To Abandoned War Planes - PickChur

Artists Give New Life To Abandoned War Planes

Abandoned planes have always been a show piece for museums or they find their place in deserts or scrap markets but a group of Artists lead by Eric Firestone didn’t like rotting of the historic planes and decided to resurrect the left over planes by casting a spell of creative arts upon them. Here is what they came out with.

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The project, named “The Bone Yard Project”was displayed at Pima Air & Space Museum from Jan 28 to May 31 last year, where the artist embezzled the world with this colossal piece of performance. Pima Air & Space Museum is the largest non-government funded aviation museum in the United States.