How disappointing is it when you get excited about having the window seat on a flight, only to realise you’re facing out over the wing? A middle class problem! (I always forget to check this when I book the seat).
So, it’s nice to discover these paintings of imaginary scenes from the window seat by LA-based artist, Jim Darling (great name, sounds like a 1950s actor). He must have been in this situation a lot and/or had all of us unfortunate wing-view travellers in mind when he created them. I like to think of them as a “here’s what you could have won if you weren’t by the wing” series of paintings. Enjoy!
Visit Jim’s website here.