Poster Le Concorde - Mach 2.04

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      A digital drawing of the famous supersonic plane "Concorde"

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      The Concorde is a supersonic airliner, the result of collaboration between the English and the French.


      Designed in the 1960s, it made its first flight on March 2, 1969, for commercial service on January 21, 1976.


      With a cruising speed greater than Mach 2, the plane could link Paris to New York in 3h30, carrying around a hundred passengers. It becomes by its extraordinary silhouette, and its technology, an aviation legend.


      The tragedy of Gonesse, which saw the loss in July 2000 of one Concorde and its passengers, precipitated the end of the career of this machine, which bowed out in 2003.


      Even today, the Concorde remains probably the most famous aircraft in the world, and continues to make all enthusiasts dream.


      Made on iPad pro and Procreate in 2019 

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      A2 (16,5 in × 23,4 in)
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      Matte 135 g/m²

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      tres bien

      affiche arrivée sans probleme.

        Awesome art for a perfect plane

        I've been looking for Concorde's poster a long time, they're all pretty old. This one is so fresh I had to buy it. Quality is very nice, size is ok but need to buy a frame on the internet. Very bad experience with UK post office who lost my package but David's team helped me to find it back.

          Une superbe affiche

          affiche colorée et dynamique. Merci a 800 tonnes pour leur reactivité, reçue en moins de trois jours !

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            Poster Le Concorde - Mach 2.04

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            A digital drawing of the famous supersonic plane "Concorde"

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