When Luca Iaconi-Stewart thinks of a paper airplane, it's not the kind you fold up and toss, hoping it will glide. He's thinking about his intricate sculpture of a Boeing 777. The one he's been building for years, in excruciating detail, all from paper.
It's not a toy; it's art. He's recreating all the details of a real airliner, from the wing struts down to the rows of passenger seats. The doors swing on their own hinges, the landing gear retracts, and you know that eventually, he'll have a little paper pilot. He even keeps the "plane crashes," the discarded parts that didn't quite work. Now, that's dedication! -via Digg