Fighter jets and aircrafts have something of a glamorous life, but once they are out of the air they sit rotting in some ‘graveyard’ probably reminiscing the days gone by. The Arizona desert houses one huge cemetery like this, but the planes there have some hope of salvation with the Boneyard Project.
A brainchild of Eric Firestone, the project sees the airplanes coming back to life in vibrant colors, with graffiti artists giving the old steel birds a brand new look. In the first round the aircrafts got a nose job, in the second installment, they have paint on their body as well. Thousands of the about 4200 planes in the graveyard though silently wait for their day to come.