World War I saw the rapid advancement of aerial warfare. Machines made largely of wood and fabric piloted by men without parachutes. Perhaps the two most iconic fighters of the war were the Sopwith Camel and the Fokker Triplane. The types were a relatively equal match but it was the Sopwith Camel which downed more enemy machines than any other airplane in the war. The Camel could be a handful to fly but it was nimble, quick and well armed. In the hands of an experienced pilot it was a formidable foe. My print is a tribute to these iconic birds of prey from the dawn of the flying era.