Print: CF-188 ‘Canada 150 Anniversary’

The Royal Canadian Air Force commemorated Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation in its own way, with a 2017 Canada 150 CF-18 Demonstration Hornet. The red and white design incorporated the Canada-150 logo, composed of a series of celebratory gems, arranged into the shape of a maple leaf. The four gems at the bottom of the leaf represent the four provinces that formed the Confederation in 1867: Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. The nine points on the leaf, made up of the same gem shape, symbolize Canada’s other provinces and territories. The 2017 Demonstration Pilot was Captain Matthew “Glib” Kutryk.

Original art by John Perry.
14″ x 11″, 100lb pure white card stock.

$24.95 (+tax and shipping)