Artist Tracey Emin has unveiled British Airways' Olympic-inspired aircraft, 'The Dove'.
The plane, which will fly thousands of passengers during the London 2012 Games was created by artist-designer Pascal Anson, 38 from Brighton, who was mentored by Emin.
The white A319 aircraft, with gold trim and a "feather" effect, was exclusively revealed this morning, and will go into service tomorrow.
Emin told Sky News: "It's very simple, it's a bird, it's a dove. It's a symbol of peace, it's a symbol of the Olympics."
She added: "I think it looks quite fluffy and cute."
BA has also unveiled its new Olympic and Paralympic Games-inspired menus, created by Simon Hulstone, under the mentorship of Michelin-star chef Heston Blumenthal.
Simon’s dishes take inspiration from the airline’s menus dating back to 1948 – the last time the Games were held in London.
Blumenthal, said: “Simon has created an exciting, delicious and well-balanced menu that pays homage to the Games in a clever and subtle way.
"The dishes celebrate our rich history and British talent at its best. As a mentor, chef and friend I’m very proud of what he has achieved."
Simon has created four menus, which will be available on long-haul flights from London Heathrow from July in; First, Club, World Traveller Plus and World Traveller cabins.