- Toothy Travels
If you’re afraid of sharks, you might want to reconsider taking this flight. We’ve seen a lot of commercial planes, but this huge work of art is simply horrifying. This mega-shark may have been more suited for a military aircraft, but we still appreciate it. That concludes the public’s view of aircraft artwork; let us now return to the glories of jet fighters.
2. Big Plane, Big Cat
Rossiy Airlines collaborated with the Amur Tiger Center to create this magnificent tribute to the courageous beast. The magnificent Amur Tiger visage is exactly where you’d expect it to be on this massive Boeing 737. You can imagine how big it is based on the amount of paint necessary to complete the task. Of course, every detail of the painting was done by hand.
3. Jackson Pollock’s Plane
This magnificent memorial to the intrepid animal was built by Rossiy Airlines in collaboration with the Amur Tiger Center. On this massive Boeing 737, the magnificent Amur Tiger visage is exactly where you would expect to see it. You can guess how big it is based on how much paint is needed to complete the project. Of course, the painting was all done by hand.
4. To Infinity, And Beyond!
When Buzz Lightyear, one of the world’s most beloved figures, really flew into the air, it was an exciting moment for both kids and adults. A collaboration between Pixar and China Eastern Airlines allowed for the creation of this scenario. Aside from the great trip itself, receiving customized boarding cards for this Toy Story movie was the icing on the cake for travelers. You must admit that having a reminder of this amazing adventure is a good touch.
5. Grinning Horror
This odd artwork may have been drawn after someone breathed a lot of jet fuel fumes. You can determine the type of vehicle it is on on your own, but we can tell you that it’s a Short SC-7 Skyvan 3-100. We must commend the artist for his originality because this is one of the strangest airplane paint jobs we’ve ever seen. At addition, the artwork includes the hole in the front.
6. The Vintage Throwback
This Hog has been given its flamboyant paint job in honour of the creative spirit of World War II military aircrafts. Although we appreciate the artist’s contribution to this military machine, which could level entire neighbourhoods in seconds, we wish to express our awe and appreciation. Even the most fortified enemies will flee when faced with the Warthog’s ferocious stare and numerous barrels.
7. Sci-Fi Spaceship
The NATO Tiger Meet is a time for display, and this helicopter received some very terrifying customisation. The 2016 NATO Tiger Meet was held in Zaragoza, Spain, and this “Tiger Hind” rose to the top of the judges’ scorecards. The Best-Looking Tiger Aircraft Award was given to it. This hind, which resembles the extraterrestrial from the film Alien, is horrifying to see, and a cybernetic jaguar adds to the terror.
Rarely does one of these exceptional works of art ever see use in combat, but this following example of futuristic design was unquestionably prepared for conflict.
8. Royal Netherlands F-16 Fighter Jet
It was a lot of fun to shoot down this Royal Dutch Air Force aerobatic team because they used to fly F-16 jet planes. Along with the AH-64 Apache, the Dutch Demoteam also utilized the AH-64D Apache Solo Display Team. The F-16 in the image is a fantastic illustration of titillating performance. Like it has always been, it is orange. It’s a shame we missed the opportunity to watch this Dutch squad play before they left the sport. But we do have some fantastic helicopter models in stock!
9. Landing In Disneyland
This Alaska-themed aircraft moves far more slowly than an airliner, which makes it both a great advertisement for the state and a tribute to its notoriously chilly elements. Anyone considering a fresh trip to the frigid nation will think very carefully about it after seeing this jet. A excellent illustration of how the pilots are controlling the plane is the husky’s presence in the cockpit.
10. Hungarian Air Force Mi-24V Hind
The Mil Mi-24 is a massive assault helicopter built to offer the most firepower with the least amount of utility and transit space. There are also the export versions of this design, the Mi-35 and the Mi-25. We don’t know if this paint job, which seems to be a demonstration of military brilliance or a demonstration of military folly, is ridiculous exaggeration or truly terrifying. Every detail has been painstakingly painted to resemble a raptor. There will never be another aircraft of this kind.