1903 Wright Flyer Infographic Print (36x24)
Informational graphic that shows the inner workings of the world's first aircraft that took to the skies at Kitty Hawk in 1903. Meticulously researched from archives at the National Air and Space Museum and other authoritative sources, the graphic features a large cutaway illustration of the flyer. Details abound on how the plane was controlled, its Taylor-made engine, a first-ever instrument panel, and the junction railway. The narrative tells the story of how Orville and Wilbur Wright brought their vision into existence, taking us from the earth to the sky.
Our prints are museum-quality vivid prints on thick and durable matte paper.