Spitfire Made From 6,500 Egg Cartons by Jack Munro and Charlotte Austen

The 12-meter long, 13-meter wide full scale sculpture of a mark I spitfire was created for the ‘eggs for soldiers‘ charity fundraising campaign. This spitfire was made by hackney-based sculptors jack munro and charlotte austen from 6,500 eggs cartons. The structure/skeleton of this replica was constructed from a mixture of timber and steel framing, able to be broken down into 12 sections so as to be transported by lorry.

Spitfire Made From 6,500 Egg Cartons by Jack Munro and Charlotte Austen Sustainability


Spitfire Made From 6,500 Egg Cartons by Jack Munro and Charlotte Austen Sustainability
Spitfire Made From 6,500 Egg Cartons by Jack Munro and Charlotte Austen Sustainability
Spitfire Made From 6,500 Egg Cartons by Jack Munro and Charlotte Austen Sustainability
Spitfire Made From 6,500 Egg Cartons by Jack Munro and Charlotte Austen Sustainability
Spitfire Made From 6,500 Egg Cartons by Jack Munro and Charlotte Austen Sustainability
Spitfire Made From 6,500 Egg Cartons by Jack Munro and Charlotte Austen Sustainability

More info: eggsforsoldiers.co.uk

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