Airplane Made Out Of 6,500 Egg Cartons


Someone had a very large breakfast in order to make this full-scale replica of a Spitfire aircraft, built using 6,500 egg cartons. The plane measure 12-meters long by 13-meters wide.

Charitable group ‘Eggs for Soldiers,’ in conjunction with artists Jack Munro and Charlotte Austen, joined forces to create this Mark I Spitfire, which was unveiled at the Imperial War Museum in Duxford, England.




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