Airport Runway Prints by Nomo Design

Airport Runway Prints by Nomo Design

Jerome Daksiewicz of Chicago-based nomo Design has created a beautiful series of minimalist screenprints of airport runways from around the world. Above is Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. Isn’t it incredible to see that place as just a network of paths?

Below: Heathrow, Atlanta, St. Louis, and JFK in NYC:

Airport Runway Prints by Nomo Design

Airport Runway Prints by Nomo Design

Airport Runway Prints by Nomo Design

Airport Runway Prints by Nomo Design

There are more airports in the series, and even more on the way. You can see them all in the Nomo online shop; via Subtraction.

3 thoughts on “Airport Runway Prints by Nomo Design

  1. Nice touch including the runway stats. You see abstraction first, then the scale of the things hits you. Reminds me of being stacked over O’Hare during a semi-blizzard in the early 80’s. Midway was closed, the crew was pondering a divert to Milwaukee — then Milwaukee closed.

  2. These posters are awesome — just the right amount of detail versus abstraction. I got stuck at Midway for 16 hours one year right before Christmas, along with about a bazillion grumpy adults and their gaggles of screaming children. That’s probably the most hostile I’ve ever felt toward the human race.

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