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Ciapek, official mascot of 305 bomber squadron. Flew many missions, logged as a ‘passenger.’ On one of his missions, the plane never returned and was presumed lost at sea. It seemed he was killed in action, months later he reappeared in a nearby town. How he had survived the plunge into the sea, etc. remains a mystery. ID'd by his collar, which had the RAF Polish station’s name and small wooden bombs on it—one for each of the missions he had flown on. Ciapek was reunited with 305 Squadron.

Ciapek, official mascot of 305 bomber squadron. Flew many missions, logged as a ‘passenger.’ On one of his missions, the plane never returned and was presumed lost at sea. It seemed he was killed in action, months later he reappeared in a nearby town. How he had survived the plunge into the sea, etc. remains a mystery. ID'd by his collar, which had the RAF Polish station’s name and small wooden bombs on it—one for each of the missions he had flown on. Ciapek was reunited with 305 Squadron.

Illustration by Robert McCloskey from Junket (The Dog Who Liked Everything "Just So") by Anne H. White (1955)

Illustration by Robert McCloskey from Junket (The Dog Who Liked Everything "Just So") by Anne H. White (1955)

[Laura Tarrish] The love of maps is a trait that seems to bind many artists and graphic designers. Traditionally, maps have been a way to describe our physical world, create order where there is chaos, chart development, and help us find our way. But for some, they are also a jumping-off point in the process of creating new visual realities and exploring relationships both physical and emotional. http://www.mohawkconnects.com/feltandwire/2011/01/28/underway-destination-map-quest/

[Laura Tarrish] The love of maps is a trait that seems to bind many artists and graphic designers. Traditionally, maps have been a way to describe our physical world, create order where there is chaos, chart development, and help us find our way. But for some, they are also a jumping-off point in the process of creating new visual realities and exploring relationships both physical and emotional. http://www.mohawkconnects.com/feltandwire/2011/01/28/underway-destination-map-quest/

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