Imagined flying machines constructed meticulously from cardboard

Daniel Agdag has an incredible imagination, conceiving of these invented industrial flying machines and then constructing them without the use of plans or drawings. The work skips the design process and goes right from idea to physical object. Agdag’s fantasy sculpture series is titled ‘The Principles of Aerodynamics.’

What is particularly intriguing about these machines is that they are constructed completely from cardboard. This unlikely art medium seems to be perfect for capturing the detail and line quality in the scaled-down, or perhaps, made-for-tiny-people, flying machines. Agdag explains that the work is an “ongoing pursuit of escape through the metaphor of flight.”

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Source: designfaves.com

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