Aces over the Pacific.
When it first appeared, the Zero could outmaneuver every airplane it encountered with its superb agility and speed; it was built to attack, and attack it did. At the onset of the war in the Pacific, the Zero had no rival. But it didn’t take long for tide to turn. Enter the Corsair in 1943, with the long nose and bent wing it was unmistakable and quickly became the dominate fighter in the Pacific theater. Renowned for its speed, ruggedness, and firepower, the Corsair excelled as both a fighter and a ground attack aircraft.
- Listing is for print only, frame is not included
- Print measures 12" tall x 36" wide
- Hand drawn illustration with digital editing
- Giclee print on archival matte paper
- Rolled and shipped in protective tubes
- Worldwide shipping available
THE RIVALS COLLECTION
Rivalries. They can make us great or tear us apart. They can push us to the extents of our abilities, talent, and even our sanity. Without them we may not know how great we can truly be.
The Rivals Collection captures some of the greatest head to head adversaries history has witnessed. Man and machine taking to the skies. Pushed to their very limit in difficult unprecedented circumstances.