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Bernard Szukiel spent four years created this stunning Millennium Falcon model using only paper, glue, and an extreme amount of patience. For the most part, everything is made of paper, but there are plastic bits (windows), fiber optics / LEDs (lighting), and electronics for the control panels inside. Let’s just say that this would fit right in at the offices of Industrial Light & Magic
“Bernard referenced photos of the Falcon he found online to realize his creation, which takes it to a whole other level of impressiveness given how many tiny details he’s included. Conduits, vents, wiring, it all appears to be included and painted flawlessly,” according to Gizmodo.