This is an amazing time-lapse video that captures the painstaking process of creating the Singapore Airlines Airbus A380’s miniature model. Singapore Airlines partnered with paper craft artist Luca Iaconi-Stewart to construct the functional miniature at a scale of 1:20 using 100 Manila Envelopes, 50 blades, and 1 bottle of glue. Over 3000 components were meticulously cut and carefully assembled.
Singapore Airlines, home-based at Singapore Changi Airport, proves through this awesome video that indeed “No detail is too small”. This video navigates us into the tiniest detail and gives us a magnified view of the world’s largest passenger aircraft, which the airline was first to fly.
This miniature project took close to 1,000 meticulous hours to complete. Imagine how much longer the real thing took!
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