Cardboard Flying Machines that Reminds us of Leonardo Da Vinci

One of Da Vinci’s popular inventions, the flying machine portrays his powers of observation and imagination, as well as his enthusiasm for the potential of flight. These flying machines designed by Daniel Agdad remind us of those created by the Renaissance man, Leonardo.

Cardboard Flying Machines
Cardboard Flying Machines

The difference is that Leonardo made his designs with previous sketching while Daniel crafts his spectacular cardboard machined guided only by his intuition, with no previous sketching.

Cardboard Flying Machines
Daniel’s creative flying machines are known as The Principles of the Aerodynamic.

Cardboard Flying Machines

Cardboard Flying MachinesDaniel has used only the cardboard to design the flying machine. It is cut into intricate pieces using a surgical scapel and neatly assembled by hand using strong wood glue without detailed sketches.