Video: ROA's Plane for the Boneyard Project

Street Art // Thursday, October 18, 2012
Earlier this year, Juxtapoz took a trip to Tucson, Arizona to document a number of international artists painting massive disused Military airplanes and cockpits for a project entitled The Boneyard Project. A variation of eclectic styles adorned each piece of aviation and an opening reception displaying the planes was held at the Pima Art and Space Museum. ROA’s plane was painted alone much after all the events and everyone had left, surely a tranquil desert experience for the artist.  

The Boneyard Project @ Pima Air and Space Museum: Recap

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Following our earlier coverage of the Boneyard Project: Return Trip, we present the following photos of work previously unfinished on our last trip to Tucson. Artists Bast and Andrew Schoultz were weeks into their metal canvases, and we caught up with them as they finished. In addition to the airplanes, a variety of Nose Cones made their way inside the Pima: Air & Space Museum showcasing a range of styles from numerous international artists.

Boneyard Project Videos by Viejas del Mercado

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 24, 2012
As we have posted on the site over the past week, we were down in the desert of Tucson, Arizona covering the Boneyard Project, a unique exhibition and project that brings some of the leading contemporary artists that we cover to paint planes that will go on display. Med, one of the producers of Boneyard, has given us access to the beautiful videos shot in conjunction with the Project.

The Boneyard Project @ Pima Air and Space Museum: Preview Photos Part 3

Juxtapoz // Friday, January 20, 2012
An ambitious project involving numerous international contemporary artists and disused Military airplanes is set to make it’s debut on January 28th at the Pima Art and Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona.  The Boneyard Project: Return Trip will include artists Andrew Schoultz, How & Nosm, Nunca, Retna, and Faile who will all paint their own individual airplanes, along with cockpit from Saner.  We took a trip to the desert to get you these exclusive preview photos.

The Boneyard Project @ Pima Air and Space Museum: Preview Photos Part 2

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 19, 2012
An ambitious project involving numerous international contemporary artists and disused Military airplanes is set to make it’s debut on January 28th at the Pima Art and Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona. The Boneyard Project: Return Trip will include artists Andrew Schoultz, How & Nosm, Nunca, Retna, and Faile who will all paint their own individual airplanes, along with cockpit from Saner. We took a trip to the desert to get you these exclusive preview photos.

The Boneyard Project @ Pima Air and Space Museum: Preview Photos Part 1

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 18, 2012
An ambitious project involving numerous international contemporary artists and disused Military airplanes is set to make it’s debut on January 28th at the Pima Art and Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona.  The Boneyard Project: Return Trip will include artists Andrew Schoultz, How & Nosm, Nunca, Retna, and Faile who will all paint their own individual airplanes, along with cockpit from Saner.  We took a trip to the desert to get you these exclusive preview photos.

NUNCA for The Boneyard Project

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 21, 2011
Brazilian artist, Nunca, just sent us some pictures on the plane he has been working on for the Boneyard Project (which we previewed this week on the site). Nunca is known for his original styled street work, but working on a navy plane affords him a whole new format to work with. More images after the jump . . .

RETNA and SANER and NUNCA and How & Nosm for The Boneyard Project

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 13, 2011
We just got this email from our friend and Mexico City based artist, Saner, who along with Retna and Nunca and How & Nosm, will be part of The Boneyard Project coming in the Summer of 2011. As the trailer states, "The Boneyard Project is not simply a unique opportunity to give major contemporary artists an amazing canvas of being able to make art out of a plane, it is a chance for us all to examine our own cultural relationship to airplanes and to the archetypal ideal of traveling through the skies." Trailer after the jump . . .

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