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The Boneyard Project: Art on Discontinued Airplanes

“The Boneyard Project” is an art display of scrapped army airplane that have been repurposed as canvases for modern performers. The venture includes creating of attractive artwork and graffiti on the fuselage of World War II era army jets that lie abandoned in the notorious “Boneyard” in Arizona desert, the USA. The concept of The Boneyard Project was first created by Eric Firestone and structured by curator Carlo McCormick in the springtime of 2010. Firestone’s concept has since progressed into a bigger objective in which various worldwide modern performers are set to upgrade the whole of old, out-of-use army airplane.


The first hit of this sequence, known as “The Boneyard Project: Nose Job”, was consists of performs from over a number of performers. The second aspect of the venture organised last season was named “The Boneyard Project: Return Trip” and presented more than 30 performers such as Brazilian street artist Nunca, Los Angeles-based Retna,  Swoon and many others.

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