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B-52 Metallic print ready to hang with the Tell Me How description of military flight. Bomber series.
This is the iconic B-52 on our stylish Aluminum Print with the Tell Me How ode to military flight. Your BUFF is seen against a deep red sunset in this metallic edition of the Tell Me How ode to flight posters. It is expertly printed on aluminum dibond which looks amazing and lasts a lifetime. Colors are highly saturated, even in large monochrome areas. The print is matte and glare-free. The white and bright areas have a faint silky gloss. The included mounting hardware adds depth to the presentation on your wall.
- Aluminum dibond 3mm with a white coating
- Printed directly on the aluminum using top grade inks
- Good tonal gradation ensures accurate reproduction
- Matte and glare-free
- Includes a hanging kit
Note to shipping: Aluminum prints are packaged with strong edges to protect the items. In addition, we wrap the item in bubble plastic/craft for additional protection. The average shipping price can be as high as $22. We apologize but we do out best to protect your art while keeping our shipping costs as low as we can.
“This is SH! I physically feel every one of your quotes!” wrote an F-15E pilot on receiving his poster. “Only someone who experienced it could write this,” said an F/A-18 pilot. This is the Tell Me How ode to flight written in the year 2020 by an F-35A fighter pilot. “Tell me how to match the feeling of flight without flying,” it begins, and then continues through all of the phases of flight.