John Mollison: Old Guys & Their Planes

“I interview old guys and draw their airplanes,”  John Mollison

Kingfisher_330This is a story about a man who as a young boy inherited his father’s interest for World War II aircraft and crews who would develop a penchant for drawing that would begin a life-long journey of aviation artistry.

To the left is a "Kingfisher" Observation & Rescue Plane as drawn by John.  This "Kingfisher" was flown by Lt. "Ted" Hutchins off the Battleship USS-South Dakota.

To find out more about John and and his artwork, click here.


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