At the annual Chicago Air and Water Show, we caught this “Save Ferris” sign written in the sky by the GEICO Skytypers.
For those of you who aren’t up on your aerospace technology, skywriting like we remember from Looney Tunes is passé. These days five small planes fly in formation and computer signals each to let out a little fart of smoke to spell words for all to see. It’s like God’s dot matrix printer. If God had an advertising agency.