The coolest (and most realistic) paper airplane ever (pictures)
Since 2008, Luca Iaconi-Stewart has been working on a scale-model of a Boeing 777-300ER. Made out of manila folders. Though he took two years off during that time to go to college, the now 22-year-old has otherwise spent almost all his time on the project, which is finally nearing completion.
Measuring in at 48-inches by 48-inches by 12-inches, this would never be mistaken for a real plane. But take one look at the paper 777 and you can't help but be blown away by his craftsmanship.
For perspective, this is a business class seat. On a finger. Although the plane's configuration varies from carrier to carrier, American Airlines flies the 777-300ER in a 386-passenger, four-class, six-cabin configuration.
This could be a real-life Boeing 777-300ER that's under construction -- though it would likely have a different color on the interior. But in fact, it's the interior of the fuselage of Luca Iaconi-Stewart's scale-model 777-300ER.