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Have you ever made a plane from old paper folded up a few times?

Well, artist Luca Iaconi-Stewart, has take the humble paper plane to a whole new level.

The paper artist has spent years painstakingly designing and building a model of a jet using manilla folders.

The model has seats, engines, moving landing gear and more – and it’s taken him nine years (so far) to create.

The San Francisco, US-based artist even laid out the cabin according to the real layout of an Air India Boeing 777 aircraft.

He devoted an entire summer just to the seats – spending 20 minutes on each for an economy seat, several hours for business and first class – complete with tray tables and entertainment systems.

He’s now finishing off the wings.

22 Responses

  1. That is soooo cool The article makes me want to go on it because it looks so realistic.

  2. if he added some mottor’s and other bits and picer’s it would be a realy cool paper plane

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