The Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX, like at most major international airports, is a massive hub of diverse airlines sporting a wide variety of colorful logos and color schemes from nations near and far, large and small. Looking out from huge windows on the terminal’s south end, the tailfins of several jets line up like ducks in a row. The nearest plane belongs to Korean Air. The farthest sports the insignia for Luftansa, the German national carrier. Between them are two airlines with logos we can’t identify. (If you know them, please drop us a line at Global Graphica and educate us.)

Ivan Corsa Photo