Yanks Air Museum curator Christen Wright has a hit with digitally printed fabric banners.
One of the best collections of US Made aircraft spanning the earliest days of aviation to the jet age resides at the Yanks Air Museum in Chino California. The aircraft are restored on-site to flying condition with special attention paid to the cockpit detail.
Christen Wright the museums curator commented on the work; The banners are fantastic, lots of great comments on them. Your entire team really pulled it together for us on short notice.
Visit Yanks Air Museums website for more detailed information and some great photos of their collection.
There are several great examples of storied aircraft including a F86 just like the type flown by my godfather in Germany. As a youngster I visited his air National Guard group at Logan airport in late 50′s and sat in the cockpit of his aircraft.
The aircraft cockpits so meticulously restored were not easily viewed by museum visitors. The aircraft cockpits so meticulously restored were not easily viewed by museum visitors. Fortunately high resolution photography of the cockpit panels was available. The photos when printed on DecoTex fabric as banners nicely depict the interior details. The banners are displayed alongside the respective aircraft offering a richer experience for the aircraft enthusiast. The banners are displayed alongside the respective aircraft offering a richer experience for the aircraft enthusiast.
Prints directly on fabric produce vivid detail and color for an impressive display. Printed fabrics offer a rich soft presentation ideal for a museum quality presentation.