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Art in The People’s Mosquito

1 August 2014

Art in The People’s Mosquito

 

The People's Mosquito

The People’s Mosquito

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Mosquito NF.II — graphic art by Nick Horrox for The People's Mosquito

Mosquito NF.II — graphic art by Nick Horrox for The People’s Mosquito

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TPM — The People’s Mosquito — is the unique project to build a new de Havilland Mosquito from the original molds up. TPM has been marked by the regular building of momentum and donations (the site has a web button for donations) as well as newly released fund-raising merchandise and air show appearances by its knowledgeable and talkative staff.

Here we have the graphic work by Nick Horrox on a pair of T-shirts available at the fund-raising merchandise web site. The black shirt we purchased recalls the countless Mossie night intruder missions flown during World War II and the white T-shirt we purchased is a silhouette of the beloved and remarkable Mossie with the TPM mission statement.

Both T-shirts use fine quality cotton on light–medium weight as well as the most modern of silk-screening processes and we are quite pleased to wear them.

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To Fly To Educate To Remember — The People's Mosquito — graphic art by Nick Horrox for The People's Mosquito

To Fly • To Educate • To Remember — The People’s Mosquito — graphic art by Nick Horrox for The People’s Mosquito

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8 Comments leave one →
  1. shortfinals permalink
    1 August 2014 10:13

    Thank you so much, Joe, for featuring this. I know that I am a little biased, but Nick is a VERY talented graphic artist!

    • travelforaircraft permalink*
      1 August 2014 18:06

      I agree, Nick’s work is great 🙂

  2. 1 August 2014 16:32

    Hi Joe – wow, what a write-up! Thanks for this and I’m glad you like the t-shirts. I was wearing my NF.II night intruder shirt today as it happens!. Thanks again Joe, for all your support. (And thanks Ross, you are too kind!;) )
    Regards,
    Nick

    • travelforaircraft permalink*
      1 August 2014 18:07

      Nick, you are more than welcome but we do only report the facts here 😉 Joe

  3. 2 August 2014 08:18

    Is there any chance of putting up some pictures on the progress,from time to time ?Please.

    • travelforaircraft permalink*
      2 August 2014 09:54

      Yes, and by all means 🙂 Nothing photogenic as yet but perhaps we can obtain photos of the wing cutting equipment (the current physical) — we will see what we can do.

      • 4 August 2014 08:48

        We are expecting some photos of progress from New Zealand soon, which we will share.

  4. 8 August 2014 22:21

    We are very lucky to have Nick – great branding and messages for our cause!

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