Luca Iaconi-Stewart can spend years making a paper plane. That might seem like a long time, but his paper planes aren’t made from a single sheet of paper, and they aren’t your average paper planes. This meticulous designer crafts astonishingly detailed replicas of 777 airplanes using manila folders, glue and an X-Acto knife. That’s it. It’s a painstaking process—Luca builds everything from the hundreds of seats inside the plane to intricate moving parts, including landing gear. Now boarding Luca’s paper 777.

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