Human fantasy truly knows no boundaries. This is what comes to mind when you look at the drawings of Alice Bruderer, the famous American artist. In her imagination, military equipment - modern and from the distant past - is associated with mysterious, fantastic monsters from cartoons.
So the pride of our Russian aviation MiG-23, Su-33, Su-34 and the promising "Berkut" - Su-47 with a forward sweep somewhat resemble predatory prehistoric pterodactyls with clawed paws instead of a landing gear.
The famous Il-2 attack aircraft appears before us as a winged dragon dancing. Alice did not pass our tanks either. She associates the pre-war five-turret T-35 with a six-fingered brontosaurus, instead of whose heads are "flaunt" heavy guns.
This fantastic art gallery has a place for American, British and German tanks, planes and submarines with no less eerie appearance. And yet it is worth giving it its due: we have before us a masterful performance and an irrepressible flight of fantasy.