Boeing 757 News
United presents 757 in women art livery
- September 26, 2019 -
United Airlines has presented a special one-of-a-kind artistic livery on one of its Boeing 757s.
The livery has been designed by the New Jersey artist Corinne Antonelli and is a tribute to the New York/New Jersey region the airline serves from Newark Liberty International Airport. The 757 shows many icons to be found in the two states, including the historic Red Mill in New Jersey, the New York City skyline and the Statue of Liberty.
Antonelli designed the livery as part of United's 'Her Art Here' contest, a competition that gave female artists the chance to use an airplane as their canvas. According to the National Museum of Women in the Arts, 51 percent of today's artists are women, but less than 13 percent of art on display in museums in the United States is by female artists.
A second United Boeing 757 wearing a special artistic California livery will be unveiled in the coming weeks. (Photos: United Airlines)