How To Make Art With Jet Engines

If you happen to have an $11 million plane lying around, that is.

1. This is Princess Tarinan von Anhalt of the Jet Art Group.

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2. And this is a Flexjet’s Learjet 45 XR aircraft.

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3. Or, as the Princess calls it, her “$11 million dollar paintbrush.”

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4. Von Anhalt makes art using the forceful winds that come off airplanes.

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6. Her process involves throwing paint into the engine’s warm, hurricane-speed air flow and onto the canvas.

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8. The Princess orchestrated her most recent Jet Art stunt on Tuesday in West Palm Beach to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Learjet.

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10. Flexjet is donating one of the pieces to Auction Napa Valley, in support of a number of non-profit organizations.

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