“The Boneyard Project” started back in the spring of 2010 when the idea of Eric Firestone met with the managing of Carlo McCormick. The project is an art exhibition of scrapped military aircraft that have been reused as canvases for contemporary artists.
Abandoned World War II era military aircraft’s in the Arizona desert serves as canvases where the artists from all over the world make decorative painting and graffiti on these aircraft’s to turn them into an artistic piece.
Two installments have been created so far, first one is “The Boneyard Project: Nose Job” and the second artwork is “The Boneyard Project: Return Trip”. More than a dozen artists worked on the first project and about 30 on the second one.
Here are some photographs of the artwork. Scroll down and enjoy.
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