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    Mig 21 buried art

    Czech mig 21 underground art.....http://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-dol...162318045.html
    He has also burieid an ex RAF Jetstream fuselage in the UK

    more pics...http://warbirdinformationexchange.or...4e53ee3b01745c
    Last edited by scotavia; 11th January 2018, 14:06.

    #2
    What an utterly pointless thing to do, I do appreciate art, turning aircraft upside down or burying them aint art
    Officially now a pensioner

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      #3
      I guess the question is Why ? .It's no more art that cutting an animal in half.

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        #4
        Sad thing is; they spend a lot of (other people's) money doing crap like this and self-proclaim it as art. If you want to dig holes and put things in it and describe it as something special then building companies do that every day - and it is a lot more use than the nonsense peddled by these blinkered dreamers.

        I could say more but it'd be a long one...

        Anon.

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          #5
          I have buried 500 Spitfires in Burma at secret locations as my Art installation, I call it Secret Spitfires under Teak. Further details on how to purchase part of this ( to remain a secret ) installation send cheques or Bitcoins to me at amugboughteveryday@ hotsnail.con

          And remember, as a secret installation I cannot reveal a location, but you will be a part owner of an exciting art work...

          Stay tuned for my Holy Grail project currently being buried.
          Last edited by TonyT; 12th January 2018, 23:54.

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            #6
            Brilliant Tony
            Sitting on a cornflake, waiting for the van to come.

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              #7
              "He has also burieid an ex RAF Jetstream fuselage in the UK"

              Dominie
              HQ2 out

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                #8
                oops..my recce is not good below ground level....

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                  #9
                  The Australians got there first:

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