Delta’s latest project with Coca-Cola is truly a sight for sore eyes: plain tray tables on the airline’s 767 aircraft have been transformed into imaginative artworks, graced with vivid hues and playful illustrations that celebrate the best of travel. Each in-flight tray table from the airline’s “art gallery”—which was launched in collaboration with a group of international artists—seeks to capture the energy of a particular city from Delta’s ever-expanding global route network. Artist Noma Bar perfectly portrays London’s notoriously unpredictable weather in his work, while Paola Gracey uses glitter, paint drips, and epoxy resin to represent Tokyo’s neon-lit streets and fast-paced lifestyle. In Sac Magique’s depiction of Amsterdam, the city’s icons—Dutch waffles, tulips, cyclists—take center stage, each one contributing to the work’s overall whimsical flair. Meanwhile, Yulia Brodskaya’s Seoul stands out for its innovative technique and medium: made entirely from paper, the piece depicts the South Korean capital’s soaring cityscape, robust culinary scene, and vibrant atmosphere. The original trays will be displayed at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport alongside an exclusive behind-the-scenes video.
For more information, visit Delta.