These Paper Planes Don't Fly But Why Would You Ever Want to Throw Them?

By Andrew Liszewski on at

The paper planes you used to fold as a kid flew well, but they probably looked nothing like the slick aircraft used by air forces around the world. So the folks at Featuring-Featuring, a London-based design studio, created a book full of paper airplanes that are far more recognisable.

These Paper Planes Don't Fly but Why Would You Ever Want to Throw Them?

You probably don’t need to be an origami master to realise these creations, but a basic understanding of folding on the dotted line is needed to properly assemble the paper F-117 Nighthawk, Harrier Jump Jet, Predator Drone, and Sukhoi SU-27.

The £5 Paper Plane book includes multiple versions of each model printed on paper with varying wild patterns, and £1 from each one gets donated to Unicef if you need another good reason to buy one for yourself. [Featuring-Featuring via Notcot]

These Paper Planes Don't Fly but Why Would You Ever Want to Throw Them?


Want more updates from Gizmodo UK? Make sure to check out our @GizmodoUK Twitter feed, and our Facebook page.