“Rolling” SWAG Saturday returns – Signed Wright Brothers Print by Atlanta-based artist Alexi Torres from Delta Sky Club

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If you happen to have missed it I had the pleasure of being at the opening night festivities for the stunning new Delta B Sky Club. It really is one of the most unique lounges I have ever been in. In addition to all the Delta VIPs there was also present artist Alexi Torres.

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If you take the time to glance around the club you will see a number of unique pieces including a three piece work called Wright Brothers (still shot above from the video on Delta’s News Hub).

This is a unique giveaway item and weekend. You will want to check back to the blog again and again today as I am giving away a number of items on a number of posts. I will pick all the winners tomorrow night the 2nd of October. Here are the rules for each:

T&C: You may only enter once per person. You must use your real first name and include a valid email address (will not be published). If more than one person in the household (i.e. IP address) each may enter once. You must have a US mailing address to received the prize. I will use Random.org to pick the winner.

So there you are for the basic rules for the drawings all day long. Now for this one specifically, that is, this hand signed print from Alexi Torres of his work Wright Brothers. I included a bunch of photos in the B club review. You need to tell me what photo you liked the best, that is, simply describe any of the photos in the post you liked in the comment. – René

UPDATE: No more comments we have our winners HERE

 


 

54 comments

  1. The Picture showing the stair to the Club is very cool as it is shot so you see the stairs in a geometric design.

  2. The photo of the sun peaking through the glass with a prominent halo was my favorite…good shot.

  3. I like the picture of the chandeliers because it gave me an idea for my high ceilinged den.

  4. The baggage tags. I miss some of the better parts of the old days such as collecting the tags to remind you of a trip.

  5. Love the picture of the bar with the back lit bottles. Cool set up and great idea for a home bar set up.

  6. Great art work. If two wrongs don’t make a right, what do two wrights make?

    ANS: An airplane!

  7. I like the picture of the large open room. Club looks huge. Well done Delta. I’ll visit soon.

  8. I love the photo of the beer taps! Okay, I’m a beer nut. Anyway, I’m always happy to see some local selections along with the national/international labels.

  9. I’m a lighting guy so the suspended lighting glass sculptures are my favorite with the photos of the Atlanta Neon signs coming second

  10. I love the picture you used of the stairway, looking up. With the light fixtures that look like fireworks it reminds me of looking up at the nights sky to check out fireworks.

  11. Im LOVING all of the pictures but the one of the sunset through the windows has to be my favorite

  12. Rene, all of the pictures are true to life. Currently in the Bar area watching the Wisconsin / Michigan game on one of the three TVs. Thus, I will I like it best.

  13. I am a gadget geek. My favorite photo was the one that showed USB charging ports and power outlets under the table. Seriously, what’s the point of going into a lounge if I cannot plug my phone and laptop in? 😉

  14. I liked the photo of the bar with the people. Delta added a little color in its design not the normally boring look. I think that is part of the appeal of a Clubhouse.

  15. Being a very recently retired air traffic controller, I like the picture showing the control tower peaking up above the terminal.

  16. I really like the Hank Arron painting. I remember watching him hit the record home run on tv live. It was a proud American moment that we all shared.

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