Eggstraordinary Fighter Plane Built with Egg Cartons


Jack Munro and Charlotte Austen recreated an amazing Spitfire model at the Imperial War Museum Duxford, Cambeidgeshire. The duo spent six weeks and used 6,500 egg cartons to finish the life-size model of the fighter plane.

  10 litres of paint and 5,000 staples were used for the 36 feet replica plane. According to the creators, a combination of traditional and an advanced digital technology were used to replicate the model. The replica was constructed for armed forces charity event.
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