Since our beginning in 2001, MotoArt has created some of the most iconic and influential aviation inspired art and furnishings. Our pioneering designs in aviation art, decor, and furnishings have been featured in magazines and films, and in homes and businesses world wide. In 2015, we changed the game again by offering PlaneTags, which brought the joy of owning parts of amazing aircraft to everyone. We salute our military aircraft and offer a closer look at these incredible planes. Read More
MotoArt preserves a beautiful Thai Airways 747. Read about the airline and the symbolism behind the livery. Read More
The Handley Page Victor, the last of the British V-Bombers, entered the Cold War fray during the ’50s and served with the RAF years beyond the lifetime of the manufacturer itself. One of them, XL191 RAF, faithfully flew with the 55 Squadron as an aerial fuel tanker. Read more about this dramatic, fantastic looking plane then add Handley Page Victor K2 PlaneTags to your collection.
Read about All Nippon Airways' Boeing 767-300 #JA8568 and the history behind Japan's largest airline. Get your own ANA 767 PlaneTags for your collection. Read More
Looking for the best discount codes on PlaneTags? Here are the best ways to save money on the best aviation collectibles. Read More
Read about an amazing airplane - a 727 that crossed the globe to transport rockstars U2 while on their Elevation Tour, the Los Angeles King hockey team as their private charter, Mexican Presidents as part of the Presidential Transport fleet, Northwest Orient passengers, and especially notable - Clay Lacy and a passenger list of aviation greats as they crossed the dateline into the year 2000. Get your collectible 727 PlaneTags and Airplane Window Mirrors from this great plane! Read More
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The Titan II was an ICBM and space launcher developed in the midst of the Cold War by the Glenn L. Martin Company. While it was designed for carrying a nuclear warhead from the U.S. to the other side of the globe, its purpose was peace with the hope it would never launch at all. Its mission was “Peace Through Deterrence”, demonstrating that the U.S. had the ability to retaliate against a nuclear strike to such a degree that the attacker would be completely destroyed, even if they launched their weapons first. For nearly a quarter of a century, Titan II missiles fulfilled this mission. Read about MotoArt's newest PlaneTags. Read More
MotoArt PlaneTags offers eco-friendly gifts. Shop Green Monday for aviation gifts and savings. Read More
Giving Tuesday is also the perfect time, coming right after Black Friday and Cyber Monday, to give a gift that also gives back. MotoArt PlaneTags offers an opportunity to not only give a terrific gift but one that shares a portion of the proceeds with a worthy cause. This holiday season, why not give a stocking stuffer that will make you and the recipient feel good.
Check out this Holiday Gift Guide from MotoArt PlaneTags: Best Aviation Gifts Under $30. Gift for pilot Read More
Korean Air Luxury Liner #HL7495 was delivered in December 1995, amidst the airline’s efforts to reshape itself into an international airline. Its use of Boeing 747s over the years and its expansion of international flights took the Korean Air from its roots as a government owned airline through years of safety issues and even a Cold War target to its current status as Korean’s largest airline and contender amongst top airlines. HL7495 offered globe-crossing flights with world class in-flight meals and state-of-the-art entertainment features that made international flights an unparalleled experience. The remaining two Korean Air 747-400s flew for the last time on November 19th, 2019. Read about it here. Read More