Turbo Flyer® Pattern Series - Set of Three

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Turbo Flyer® Pattern Series - Set of Three

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The Turbo Flyer® Pattern Series is a collection of historical patterns from around the world reinterpreted in flight. These special edition artplanes celebrate and highlight different cultures by reimagining traditional patterns into the wings of our decorative aircraft. The set of three includes the following patterns:

Japanese Hemp [Asanoha]
The Asanoha pattern is one of the most popular traditional patterns often seen on Japanese kimono. Asanoha means: Asa = hemp: no = of: ha = leaf. The geometric pattern, through abstract, represents overlapping hemp leaves.
Moorish Circle Geometry
In Islamic art, the circle represents a primordial symbol of unity and the ultimate source of all diversity in creation. The natural division of the circle into regular divisions is the starting point for many traditional Islamic patterns.
Greek Meander
It's the figure of a labyrinth in linear form, and it evokes memories of the twisting path of the Meander River in Asia Minor. It's a common decorative element in Greek and Roman art, typically seen in bands on ancient pottery.

While these planes can be thrown carefully in the grass, they are intended to be displayed within the home. The delicate wings of these planes are backed with Japanese paper, making them especially beautiful when they illuminate with light. We recommend displaying or even hanging them near a window, where the sun can really show them off. 

  • Wing Span: 8.5" 

  • Non-toxic water-based ink

  • Environmentally friendly velcro-lock cardboard case

  • Made by hand and assembled in Michigan one by one.

  • 100% USA Made

  • Display stand not Included.

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Design Credit: Matthew Tait, Audrey Elkus, Joseph Murray