Aviation art and furniture are gaining in popularity. The companies featured have supported art endeavors that are someting to see. For instance, in 2013, ASI supplied a Boeing 737-700 to The Hanger One Project—a “graffiti-off” between two well-known artists.
In 2015, Aircraft Demolition created Aero Art Shop. It has built coffee tables out of exhaust mixers and Boeing 727-200 leading edges, chairs out of DC9 inlet cowls, and barstools out of a JT8 burner can and bearing pockets.
Gallery See how aviation parts are transformed into functional art and furniture at: AviationWeek.com/AviationFurniture