Greatest Paper Airplane Ever Took Five Years to Build
According to Wired:
The idea for the project grew out of his love of airplanes-and the "massing models" he made from manila paper in a high school architecture class. Soon after he found a super-detailed diagram online of an Air India 777-300ER, Iaconi-Stewart was drawing forms in Adobe Illustrator, printing them on manila, and wielding his X-Acto knife. "There's something rewarding about being able to replicate a part in such an unconventional medium," he says.
This time-lapse video and Flickr album show the construction process: