The Boneyard project recently added a welcome and delightfully creepy addition to its fleet of decrepit aircrafts covered in art, courtesy of street artist ROA. The project was conceived back in 2010, by gallerist Eric Firestone and curator Carlo McCormick, when they began sending retired airplane parts to major artists like Richard Prince, Kenny Scharf, Aiko, Futura, Ron English and Mark Kostabi, then invited a few well-known street artists such as Retna, Nunca and Faile to come in person to decorate a few full airplanes. Months later, ROA went down to Tucscon, Arizona to paint his own Super DC-3, and the folks at Juxtapoz were there to document the whole process.