We want you to use your vision and imagination on the outside of our planes to capture the spirit of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Just think of the sheer scale of your masterpiece. You'll be there as teams of painters and engineers apply your design to 12 of the world's most expensive passenger airliners.

Then, quite literally, millions will look up to your work. Our planes will be your canvas, seen landing and taking off at airports across the world, flying athletes, dignitaries and guests into The London 2012 Games.



As the winner, you'll benefit from the artistic input of one of the most recognised British artists - Tracey Emin. Just think, you'll have a Turner Prize-nominated artist to bounce your ideas off.



5 May 2011 Online applications open.
27 July 2011 Applications close - one year to go to London 2012!
August 2011 On the basis of your idea, a shortlist of candidates is drawn up. Candidates are then contacted.
August 2011 All shortlisted candidates are invited to The Royal Academy of Arts to present their ideas to a judging panel that includes Tracey Emin and a member of the RAA.
21 August 2011 Winner announced.
22 August 2011 Production begins. The idea that will change an artist's life forever gets underway.
February 2012 12 BA planes, clad in the winning design, start to fly around the world.