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No Other Paper Plane Can Equal This Project

February 10, 2014 at 1:36 PM | by | ()

The photos and videos below do all the talking in regards to this story, so we'll just quickly fill in the background for you: A 22-year-old San Francisco student Luca Iaconi-Stewart has spent the last six years making the mother of all paper airplanes out of about 400 manila folders. It is currently four-feet long and it will be three and a half feet across once he finishes the wings.

The plane is being kept in a secret location, but we're guessing it will wind up on display somewhere once it is complete. You can read more here, including specific details of the construction. Apparently, each of the first-class suites took eight hours to build! Given the time commitment, we're guessing this guy is not in a relationship...

[Photos: Luca Iaconi-Stewart]

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