I can clearly say that I am a airplane brat. My Dad loved to take us kids to the airport hanger where his airplane was kept. He loves planes. Personally, I loved the yellow one that had a bathroom in it so I never had to hold my you know what. (Little kids have small blatters.) But, what happens to all the decommission planes that no longer fly?
MotoArt uses them to make functional, beautiful pieces that anyone would enjoy–especially my Dad. According to an article in Singular Los Angeles, for the last eight years, Brad Hall and Donovan Fell, have been creating gleaming aviation artwork furniture from such pieces as propeller blades, engine covers, and MK-84 tail fans. The article further states that these piece range from $100 to $60,000. Watch this video of about the Company and its products.
So tell me these pieces don’t make you fly. I especially like the desk. How cool are these pieces?
Tip from the Thread Post. (This article is more comprehensive and worth a read.) So,Readers, do you love airplane pieces? Check out the dozen or so pieces on MotoArt’s site.
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