Tuesday/ flying artwork ✈️

‘This might have been the white and blue Alaska Air plane that I saw overhead in the sky today’, I thought as I saw this picture in the Seattle Times.

This Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-800 is named Xáat Kwáani— an Alaska Native language that calls out the ancestral importance of salmon.
The artwork style is a Northwest Coast formline art that dates back thousands of years.
The artist is Crystal Kaakeeyáa Rose Demientieff Worl from Juneau, Alaska.
[Photo by Ingrid Barrentine / Alaska Airlines, published in the Seattle Times]

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