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 recognizable.
Love is tough as an adult but, remember when you were a young teen dreaming about that person at school or in your building, the one who never paid attention to you? That's the case of the young man in Paper Planes—a sweet short film created by London-based Jamie Childs—and his paper plane love notes.
This video—created by the Socialplane platform—shows that we don't need phones to send messages to people. They promote the use of something way cuter instead, paper planes.
Takuo Toda, head of the Japan Origami Airplane Association (classy!) set a new world record with his 27.9 second flight. His greatest ambition, however, is to launch a paper plane...from space.
Are those few ounces of paper airplane too much to bear? Has throwing an airplane become a chore in and of itself? Then launch that sucker with this gizmo from your desk, Captain Lazy Pants.