Feet, what do I need you for when I have wings to fly?
The Flight of Icarus
by Gabriel Picart
Flying at the Ann Arbor Art Fair
by Artist Unknown
photo by Z Squared
by Michelle Stitzlein
Also, check out her Orange Beauty.
Flying Book Arch/Going Through All These Books
by Jan Reymond
photo by Thomas Guignard
Seyed Alavai explains his Flying Carpet (below) this way: "This project consists of an aerial view of the Sacramento River that is woven into a carpet for the floor of a pedestrian bridge...A bridge is a connection between two destinations; it is not a destination in and of itself; it is neither here, nor there. In this way it is similar to an airplane, or a river connecting one place to another; here to there; a moment of flight frozen in mid air; a flowing river that takes us along with its current to another destination."
by Seyed Alavi
This last one is made of stainless steel spoons and flatware.
The Sunrise of Icarus
~ Flying Art: An International Exchange of Art Among Youth. Three schools or youth groups from around the world are involved in each flight in which they create artwork to share & discuss with their peers in different places. A human connection is made, leaving lasting impressions.
~ How to make a pair of awesome angel wings.
~ How to draw a realistic wing.
~ Ignacio Rabago's Babel Library airborne books installation.
~ A flying fish by Hieronymus Bosch