Aviation aficionados come in many flavors, and each flavor seems to have its own online museum.
There's the mainstream: the planespotters, who spot and/or photograph planes. Some try to capture a photo of every plane in an airline's fleet, or of every model. See their exploits in the photo archives of Airliners.net.
Others photograph the meals and menus onboard their flights.
And then there are the folks who collect and photograph flight attendant uniforms, or airline spoons, ... or, inevitably, air sickness bags, a.k.a. barf bags.
Enter SickSack.com, the web's repository for images of the bag you hope you'll never need to use. The site, run by Rune Tapper of Sweden, contains images of 1034 bags from 438 airlines in 129 countries, with an eye for interesting graphic design.
Feel free to send Mr. Tapper the (empty) bag from your next flight!
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Monday, July 10, 2006
Posted by AKI SYSTEMS 2600 at 7/10/2006 08:21:00 AM