Aircraft graveyards are usually a place that's left for gigantic aluminium machines to peacefully die, but Carlo McCormick curates The Boneyard Project, which takes decommissioned planes and turns them into works of art.
The project is quite extensive with the number of artistic endeavours stretching rather high in quantity. The designs featured are usually psychedelic in nature, with a strong focus on color and patterns.
Effortlessly cool, McCormick curates what must be one of the coolest exhibits out there. Not just the fact that the amazing artwork is done on planes, but because it all takes place outside where nature has already begun to reclaim the planes as its own. The project is a little bit eerie and a whole lot of fun with support coming from across the country from people of all ages.
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