An ongoing series by artist Jim Darling depicts many of the scenes you probably miss while you’re napping on a lengthy flight. “Windows” mimics that of an airplane view, depicting lush landscapes, rocky gorges, and dense urban areas from a 35,000 foot view. Since we last wrote about the Los Angeles-based painter, Darling has produced more cityscapes, glimpsing pockets of skyscrapers and lengthy freeways as the viewer swoops overhead. The white-framed paintings even seem to feature the shade that can be pulled down to block the aerial views. Pushing his lifelike portrayals even closer to reality, Darling refers to the piece shown above as “DFW to LAX” on his Instagram. (via Booooooom)

Peek Out of These Painted Airplane Windows to Spot Diverse Landscapes

Peek Out of These Painted Airplane Windows to Spot Diverse Landscapes

Peek Out of These Painted Airplane Windows to Spot Diverse Landscapes

Peek Out of These Painted Airplane Windows to Spot Diverse Landscapes

Peek Out of These Painted Airplane Windows to Spot Diverse Landscapes

Peek Out of These Painted Airplane Windows to Spot Diverse Landscapes

Peek Out of These Painted Airplane Windows to Spot Diverse Landscapes

Peek Out of These Painted Airplane Windows to Spot Diverse Landscapes

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