The Boneyard Project: Retired Airplanes turned into Art
The Boneyard Project is what happens when an airplane cemetery is turned into an art exhibition. In the beginning of 2012 Eric Firestone, Carlo McCormick & Medvin Sobioa sourced a collective group of artists to rework, repaint and reimagine these huge redundant machines into epic works of art. This great exhibition took place in sunny Arizona. For more insight, check out the video below!
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