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Harrier and Jaguar

Tuesday, October 27th, 2015

A couple of nice Animal Tattoos images I located:

Harrier and Jaguar
Animal Tattoos

Image by failing_angel
The current 2010 Duveen Commission, by Fiona Banner.

The suspended Sea Harrier transforms machine into captive bird, the markings tattooing its surface evoking its namesake the Harrier Hawk. A Jaguar lies belly up on the floor, its posture suggestive of a submissive animal. Stripped and polished, its surface functions as a shifting mirror, exposing the audience to its own reactions. Harrier and Jaguar remain ambiguous objects implying both captured beast and fallen trophy.
[From the Tate site]

Each planes are de-commissioned fighter planes.
The Jaguar has been polished, the Harrier painted with feathers.

Jaguar
This specific plane is Sepecat Jaguar XZ118.
First flight in 1976, decommissioned in 2006.

The SEPECAT Jaguar is an Anglo-French jet ground attack aircraft, utilized by the RAF until 2007.

Harrier and Jaguar

Thursday, October 8th, 2015

A couple of good Bird Tattoos pictures I located:

Harrier and Jaguar
Bird Tattoos

Image by failing_angel
The existing 2010 Duveen Commission, by Fiona Banner.

The suspended Sea Harrier transforms machine into captive bird, the markings tattooing its surface evoking its namesake the Harrier Hawk. A Jaguar lies belly up on the floor, its posture suggestive of a submissive animal. Stripped and polished, its surface functions as a shifting mirror, exposing the audience to its own reactions. Harrier and Jaguar remain ambiguous objects implying each captured beast and fallen trophy.
[From the Tate web site]

Each planes are de-commissioned fighter planes.
The Jaguar has been polished, the Harrier painted with feathers.

Jaguar
This certain plane is Sepecat Jaguar XZ118.
1st flight in 1976, decommissioned in 2006.

The SEPECAT Jaguar is an Anglo-French jet ground attack aircraft, employed by the RAF till 2007.

Harrier and Jaguar

Sunday, September 28th, 2014

Verify out these Animal Tattoos photos:

Harrier and Jaguar
Animal Tattoos

Image by failing_angel
The current 2010 Duveen Commission, by Fiona Banner.

The suspended Sea Harrier transforms machine into captive bird, the markings tattooing its surface evoking its namesake the Harrier Hawk. A Jaguar lies belly up on the floor, its posture suggestive of a submissive animal. Stripped and polished, its surface functions as a shifting mirror, exposing the audience to its personal reactions. Harrier and Jaguar stay ambiguous objects implying both captured beast and fallen trophy.
[From the Tate internet site]

Both planes are de-commissioned fighter planes.
The Jaguar has been polished, the Harrier painted with feathers.

Sea Harrier.
This distinct plane is BAe Sea Harrier ZE695.

The British Aerospace Sea Harrier is a naval VTOL/STOVL jet fighter, reconnaissance and attack aircraft, a improvement of the Hawker Siddeley Harrier. It first entered service with the Royal Navy in April 1980 as the Sea Harrier FRS1. The Sea Harrier was withdrawn from service in 2006 and the final remaining aircraft from 801 Naval Air Squadron have been decommissioned on 29 March 2006.

Harrier and Jaguar

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

Check out these Bird Tattoos pictures:

Harrier and Jaguar
Bird Tattoos

Image by failing_angel
The current 2010 Duveen Commission, by Fiona Banner.

The suspended Sea Harrier transforms machine into captive bird, the markings tattooing its surface evoking its namesake the Harrier Hawk. A Jaguar lies belly up on the floor, its posture suggestive of a submissive animal. Stripped and polished, its surface functions as a shifting mirror, exposing the audience to its own reactions. Harrier and Jaguar remain ambiguous objects implying both captured beast and fallen trophy.
[From the Tate internet site]

Both planes are de-commissioned fighter planes.
The Jaguar has been polished, the Harrier painted with feathers.

Sea Harrier.
This certain plane is BAe Sea Harrier ZE695.

Harrier and Jaguar
Bird Tattoos

Image by failing_angel
The present 2010 Duveen Commission, by Fiona Banner.

The suspended Sea Harrier transforms machine into captive bird, the markings tattooing its surface evoking its namesake the Harrier Hawk. A Jaguar lies belly up on the floor, its posture suggestive of a submissive animal. Stripped and polished, its surface functions as a shifting mirror, exposing the audience to its personal reactions. Harrier and Jaguar remain ambiguous objects implying each captured beast and fallen trophy.
[From the Tate internet site]

Both planes are de-commissioned fighter planes.
The Jaguar has been polished, the Harrier painted with feathers.

Sea Harrier.
This distinct plane is BAe Sea Harrier ZE695.

Harrier and Jaguar

Friday, May 30th, 2014

Some cool Banner Tattoos pictures:

Harrier and Jaguar
Banner Tattoos

Image by failing_angel
The existing 2010 Duveen Commission, by Fiona Banner.

The suspended Sea Harrier transforms machine into captive bird, the markings tattooing its surface evoking its namesake the Harrier Hawk. A Jaguar lies belly up on the floor, its posture suggestive of a submissive animal. Stripped and polished, its surface functions as a shifting mirror, exposing the audience to its personal reactions. Harrier and Jaguar remain ambiguous objects implying each captured beast and fallen trophy.
[From the Tate site]

Each planes are de-commissioned fighter planes.
The Jaguar has been polished, the Harrier painted with feathers.

Bake Residence
Banner Tattoos

Image by silverfuture
This was a image taken out the window of a car. Where most towns put banners on their light posts to promote regional organizations, Hebron uses Basketball Hoops all along the major drag, commemorating their 1952 Illinois boys’ basketball championship, which they accomplished as the smallest higher college ever to win the title, with only 98 students enrolled in the school.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hebron,_Illinois

Harrier and Jaguar

Tuesday, May 20th, 2014

A couple of nice Banner Tattoos images I found:

Harrier and Jaguar
Banner Tattoos

Image by failing_angel
The present 2010 Duveen Commission, by Fiona Banner.

The suspended Sea Harrier transforms machine into captive bird, the markings tattooing its surface evoking its namesake the Harrier Hawk. A Jaguar lies belly up on the floor, its posture suggestive of a submissive animal. Stripped and polished, its surface functions as a shifting mirror, exposing the audience to its own reactions. Harrier and Jaguar remain ambiguous objects implying each captured beast and fallen trophy.
[From the Tate website]

Both planes are de-commissioned fighter planes.
The Jaguar has been polished, the Harrier painted with feathers.

Jaguar
This specific plane is Sepecat Jaguar XZ118.
First flight in 1976, decommissioned in 2006.

The SEPECAT Jaguar is an Anglo-French jet ground attack aircraft, utilised by the RAF till 2007.

Harrier and Jaguar
Banner Tattoos

Image by failing_angel
The existing 2010 Duveen Commission, by Fiona Banner.

The suspended Sea Harrier transforms machine into captive bird, the markings tattooing its surface evoking its namesake the Harrier Hawk. A Jaguar lies belly up on the floor, its posture suggestive of a submissive animal. Stripped and polished, its surface functions as a shifting mirror, exposing the audience to its personal reactions. Harrier and Jaguar stay ambiguous objects implying both captured beast and fallen trophy.
[From the Tate internet site]

Each planes are de-commissioned fighter planes.
The Jaguar has been polished, the Harrier painted with feathers.

Jaguar
This particular plane is Sepecat Jaguar XZ118.
First flight in 1976, decommissioned in 2006.

The SEPECAT Jaguar is an Anglo-French jet ground attack aircraft, utilised by the RAF until 2007.

Harrier and Jaguar

Thursday, November 7th, 2013

A few good Bird Tattoos images I located:

Harrier and Jaguar
Bird Tattoos

Image by failing_angel
The existing 2010 Duveen Commission, by Fiona Banner.

The suspended Sea Harrier transforms machine into captive bird, the markings tattooing its surface evoking its namesake the Harrier Hawk. A Jaguar lies belly up on the floor, its posture suggestive of a submissive animal. Stripped and polished, its surface functions as a shifting mirror, exposing the audience to its own reactions. Harrier and Jaguar remain ambiguous objects implying each captured beast and fallen trophy.
[From the Tate site]

Both planes are de-commissioned fighter planes.
The Jaguar has been polished, the Harrier painted with feathers.

Harrier and Jaguar

Friday, November 1st, 2013

A handful of good Bird Tattoos images I located:

Harrier and Jaguar
Bird Tattoos

Image by failing_angel
The current 2010 Duveen Commission, by Fiona Banner.

The suspended Sea Harrier transforms machine into captive bird, the markings tattooing its surface evoking its namesake the Harrier Hawk. A Jaguar lies belly up on the floor, its posture suggestive of a submissive animal. Stripped and polished, its surface functions as a shifting mirror, exposing the audience to its own reactions. Harrier and Jaguar remain ambiguous objects implying each captured beast and fallen trophy.
[From the Tate site]

Both planes are de-commissioned fighter planes.
The Jaguar has been polished, the Harrier painted with feathers.

Sea Harrier.
This specific plane is BAe Sea Harrier ZE695.

The British Aerospace Sea Harrier is a naval VTOL/STOVL jet fighter, reconnaissance and attack aircraft, a development of the Hawker Siddeley Harrier. It initial entered service with the Royal Navy in April 1980 as the Sea Harrier FRS1. The Sea Harrier was withdrawn from service in 2006 and the final remaining aircraft from 801 Naval Air Squadron have been decommissioned on 29 March 2006.

Harrier and Jaguar

Saturday, October 26th, 2013

Some cool Animal Tattoos images:

Harrier and Jaguar
Animal Tattoos

Image by failing_angel
The present 2010 Duveen Commission, by Fiona Banner.

The suspended Sea Harrier transforms machine into captive bird, the markings tattooing its surface evoking its namesake the Harrier Hawk. A Jaguar lies belly up on the floor, its posture suggestive of a submissive animal. Stripped and polished, its surface functions as a shifting mirror, exposing the audience to its own reactions. Harrier and Jaguar remain ambiguous objects implying both captured beast and fallen trophy.
[From the Tate internet site]

Both planes are de-commissioned fighter planes.
The Jaguar has been polished, the Harrier painted with feathers.

Sea Harrier.
This distinct plane is BAe Sea Harrier ZE695.

The British Aerospace Sea Harrier is a naval VTOL/STOVL jet fighter, reconnaissance and attack aircraft, a development of the Hawker Siddeley Harrier. It 1st entered service with the Royal Navy in April 1980 as the Sea Harrier FRS1. The Sea Harrier was withdrawn from service in 2006 and the last remaining aircraft from 801 Naval Air Squadron were decommissioned on 29 March 2006.

Harrier and Jaguar

Saturday, October 26th, 2013

Check out these Bird Tattoos photos:

Harrier and Jaguar
Bird Tattoos

Image by failing_angel
The current 2010 Duveen Commission, by Fiona Banner.

The suspended Sea Harrier transforms machine into captive bird, the markings tattooing its surface evoking its namesake the Harrier Hawk. A Jaguar lies belly up on the floor, its posture suggestive of a submissive animal. Stripped and polished, its surface functions as a shifting mirror, exposing the audience to its personal reactions. Harrier and Jaguar remain ambiguous objects implying both captured beast and fallen trophy.
[From the Tate website]

Each planes are de-commissioned fighter planes.
The Jaguar has been polished, the Harrier painted with feathers.

Sea Harrier.
This specific plane is BAe Sea Harrier ZE695.

The British Aerospace Sea Harrier is a naval VTOL/STOVL jet fighter, reconnaissance and attack aircraft, a improvement of the Hawker Siddeley Harrier. It very first entered service with the Royal Navy in April 1980 as the Sea Harrier FRS1. The Sea Harrier was withdrawn from service in 2006 and the final remaining aircraft from 801 Naval Air Squadron had been decommissioned on 29 March 2006.

Harrier and Jaguar
Bird Tattoos

Image by failing_angel
The present 2010 Duveen Commission, by Fiona Banner.

The suspended Sea Harrier transforms machine into captive bird, the markings tattooing its surface evoking its namesake the Harrier Hawk. A Jaguar lies belly up on the floor, its posture suggestive of a submissive animal. Stripped and polished, its surface functions as a shifting mirror, exposing the audience to its own reactions. Harrier and Jaguar remain ambiguous objects implying each captured beast and fallen trophy.
[From the Tate website]

Both planes are de-commissioned fighter planes.
The Jaguar has been polished, the Harrier painted with feathers.

Sea Harrier.
This particular plane is BAe Sea Harrier ZE695.

The British Aerospace Sea Harrier is a naval VTOL/STOVL jet fighter, reconnaissance and attack aircraft, a improvement of the Hawker Siddeley Harrier. It first entered service with the Royal Navy in April 1980 as the Sea Harrier FRS1. The Sea Harrier was withdrawn from service in 2006 and the final remaining aircraft from 801 Naval Air Squadron were decommissioned on 29 March 2006.

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