Merseyside UK, lives and works in London
Graphite, Harrier Jump Jet nose cones
two parts, each 79 x 107 cm
Here two Harrier Jump-Jet nose cones fixed high on the wall, which are covered in graphite pinstripe. The term ‘Nose Art’ refers to a military form of folk art, where aircraft are graffitied with popular cultural icons. Banner sees the nose cone as the most heroic part of an aircraft, and in this piece they are reminiscent of hunting trophies or breasts.