The Lost Squadron’s six WWII P-38 Lightnings and two B-17 Flying Fortresses lie 265′ (25 stories) below the surface of the Greenland ice cap after the largest forced landing of military aircraft in history during the 1942 second and third flights of Operation Bolero. Paul Tibbets of Hiroshima/Enola Gay fame piloted the first flight’s B-17 Flying Fortress…Operation Bolero became the military’s solution to avoid aircraft losses due to the German U-Boat sinking of Allied supply ships carrying planes to the European war effort…The aircraft of the Lost Squadron were located by specialized ground penetrating radar in 1988 after 12 expeditions over 11 years
A design icon. A vision. 1975 Ferrari 304 GT Dino. (at La Colombe Torrefaction)
Put together two of my most favorite things: jazz and design and you’ll@come up with the perfect present!! @zachmccullough and @cfaydi you killed it! 👍 (at Behance 2011+)
And they’re done! Awesome@design from @raewynbrandon and the help from @zachmccullough @ericsnowden and @cfaydi (at Haven Press Studio)
4 pianos. This is happening. Epic. (at Carnegie Hall (Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage))
This is a short convo that happened to me a few months back.
Definitely not the most attractive way to talk to Megan. People are a bit dumb sometimes.
Bought this book for @behance and for my print designer @raewynbrandon
An insight of the opportunity and responsibility of curation in the digital age. How Behance thinks about the process of selecting the projects that end up on our homepage.
I love the zen moment of sharpening my Japanese knife. Patience young grasshopper, patience.
Always good to see your friend’s work at a bar. @trochut good stuff.