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Check out this paper plane!

July 4, 2017

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.

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1

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

2

Wow! He Is Really Talented!

3

Oooooo amazing paper plane

4

Wow that is sooooooooooooo cool
#Talented.com

5

I don't think you count it as a paper plane if it is held up by wood

6

amazing!!!

7

Cool

8

I have seen the video

9

It really probably doesn't fly but it could be used as a design!

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Frankie the Cat

Now,that is a plane!
nice work bud!

11

cool that is really amazing

12

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

13

cool