Airplane Installation in Tate Britain Modern Art Museum by Fiona Banner (created a lot of puzzled comment. I felt it showed the relationship to birds, and how discarded hi-tech objects can look like any thrown away thing.
The ME 163 is a very different story build to avoid the American fighters (which he let standing mid Air ) and intercept their bombers the latter were a bit of a problem because of the very high speed the rocket fighter approached the bomber stream giving the pilot little time to aim. The solution was to arm the ME 163B only with rockets but by then the war was over
Heinkel He 162 Salamander - Although Ernst Heinkel named the He 162 the "Spatz" for Sparrow, the He 162 was mostly known as the "Salamander," because of the creature’s mythical ability to live through fire.