30 Runway Illustrations of the Busiest US Airports

by . October 26th, 2014

A series of modern prints featuring outlined runway illustrations of the 30 busiest airports in the US.

Crafted by architect and designer Jerome Daksiewicz of NOMO Design, this Kickstarter project illustrates abstract patterns of the most active runway airports in the United States as defined by the Federal Aviation Administration. The Airport Runway Print Collection is Daksiewicz’s next big project after several successful projects like Photo Film, Golf Course, and Racetrack Series prints.


If funded, the project will be printed on each of the following variations:

Box Set. This will include a 5″x7″ print of each of the outlined illustrations. The prints will be offset-printed on a thick 13-14 pt matte paper stock.



Runway Collection Screenprint. This will be on a large 24″x36″ screenprint featuring all 30 of the airport runway illustrations from ATL to TPA. The illustrations are drawn to the same scale, so there is an apparent difference between the size of each of the pieces. This variation are 1-color screenprints on 100# Blacktop construction paper.


Individual Runway Screenprints. These are individual 18″x24″  1-color screenprints of some of the runway illustrations on 100# Steel Gray paper. The remaining artworks will also be considered for individual screenprints depending on the momentum of the campaign.


More about the project creator:

Jerome Daksiewicz is a Chicago-based architect and designer with 15 years of experience in planning space and user-experience through architecture, print, and interaction design. He initiated his own design studio, NOMO Design, in 2010 and recently helped launch an urban cycling accessory company called Sparse. When he’s not busy on his professional endeavors, he’s usually on a bike or climbing rocks.

At the moment, the design for this print project is complete. As well as the packaging, and the offset and screen printers. Everything is just waiting for the “green funded light” and the final number of backers and prints to be delivered.

All images courtesy of Jerome Daksiewicz