Interesting Aircraft Artwork That Resembles Great Flemish Masterpieces (8 pics)

Posted in       14 Oct 2013       4934       7

Nina Hachaduryan is an American woman who accidentally discovered that she could recreate art in the style of 15th Century Flemish artists while travelling on an airplane. Her unusual hobby started in 2010 when she put a napkin on her head and took a photo of herself using her mobile phone. Now she regularly models in the airplane toilets using items she finds on the plane to create her distinctive works of art.

 


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Fenrisulven 6 year s ago
???
Never underestimate the power of large crowds, of stupid people.
       
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Mr. Ree 6 year s ago
she should cover her face and take photos of her tits...

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Cancamuso 6 year s ago
And you should shut the fuck up.

But this world is full of people without talent who need to express themselves.

FYI you are called attention whores.
       
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Mr. Ree 6 year s ago
Awwww....are those pictures of your mom?

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meukr 6 year s ago
wow..careful with that nose lady...you could kill someone.
       
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gigantes 6 year s ago
interesting face. distinctive, sombre, soulful, proud. she kind of inspires me.
       
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Fats-T 6 year s ago
Guess she flys on an airline that has no inflight entertainment.
       
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