Long flights with a layover. We’ve all been there, hated that. But only Christpher Niemann could manage to bring alive these coma-inducing moments through a riveting visual diary. The key characters of this story include the unreclinable chair, sudden changes of plot (or menu preferences), and the much-envied wailing baby.
New York Times illustrator Christoph Niemann has created a brilliant visual diary outlining the peril and pitfalls that beset the everyday passenger based on his recent experience flying from New York to his home town of Berlin.