The Jack Munro and Charlotte Austen Aircraft is Made of Cardboard

By: Jordy E  - Published: Mar 8, 2013 • References: jsmunro & mymodernmet
The Jack Munro and Charlotte Austen-designed airplane has been made of heaps of egg cartons. The designers produced the aircraft in association with Eggs for Soldiers, a fundraising initiative that donates portions sold from free range eggs to Help for Heroes.

Help for Heroes is a charitable organization that supports wounded soldiers. Munro and Austen teamed up in anticipation of its March Fourth 2013 event, a campaign that draws further attention to the group's causes. Duxford's Imperial War Museum is currently showcasing the piece.

This cardboard-based construction was made in the image of a British jetliner that was used during World War II. Paired with the egg containers is an assortment of durable material, inclusive of steel frames and timber. Stats for Egg Carton Airplanes Trending: Older & Chilly
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