Printed on high quality, acid-free archival matte paper
The P-80 Shooting Star was America's first operational jet fighter. Developed in 1944 and 1945, the P-80 arrived just a bit too late to see action in World War II. However, the airplane was used during the Korean War. The type is widely credited as the victor in the first jet vs jet engagement when the P-80 flown by 1st Lt. Russell Brown shot down a MiG-15.
Mark's print is a tribute to the Shooting Star and the depiction features an aircraft in the markings of 1st Lt. Brown's airplane making a high speed pass over the world's largest compass rose located on Rodgers Dry Lake at Edwards AFB.
Note: The a copyright watermark is not present on the actual print.
Prints are signed by the artist and feature an extra 1" border to allow for matting and framing.