Mr. Brainwash's "A Good Day's Flight" depicts The Beatles in 1960s London waving to an elated and chaotic crowd of fans, journalists, and paparazzi as the legendary band stands on an airplane stairway. The depicted scene is likely from the day The Beatles' American invasion began. The Beatles' Boeing 707 Pan Am flight 101 left London Airport early on the morning of 7 February 1964 bound for New York City. The title "A Good Day's Flight" is a play on the Beatles' famous song "A Hard Day's Night."
About The Artist
Mr. Brainwash – often written MBW – is a name used by Paris-born, Los Angeles-based self-proclaimed filmmaker and street artist Th....Read More
About The Gallery
Founded in New York in 2003, Puccio Fine Art specializes in Impressionist, Abstract Expressionist, Pop, Contemporary and Modern ma....Read More
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