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This Airbus A380 Might Be One of the Most Unique Airplane Replicas Ever

It took over 1,000 hours to create.

Talented visual artist Luca Iacoini-Stewart has crafted an incredibly unique piece of work for his latest creation. Created in collaboration with ad agency Dentsu Mobius, Stewart’s latest offering is a 1:20 completely functional model of Singapore Airlines’ Airbus A380. Part of the “No Detail is Too Small” promotional campaign, the item was created using 100 Manila file folders, glue, 50 X-Acto blades and 3,000 separate individual pieces. Altogether, Stewart put 1,000 hours of work into making the perfect Airbus A380.

You can take a look at Luca Iacoini-Stewart’s Airbus A380 Manila paper project above. For more unique works of art, check out these breathtaking shots of Tokyo and read up on our latest round-up of the best new art.

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