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This replica of a Boeing 777 took five years to build and is made entirely of paper file folders. 

The Boeing 777 uses two GE90-115B engines, the most powerful jet engine ever built. “The blades are just beautiful,” says Luca Iaconi-Stewart, the designer who created the replica. “I studied them at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, where they are part of the design collection.” 

Read the full interview and see more pictures of the masterpiece at GE Reports

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