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Airbus A380 Cutaway [information design]

Ever since I was a chid and my father brought me home a book called “What Do People Do All Day”, I’ve been fascinated by cutaway diagrammatic graphics. Ran across this one the other day of the new Airbus A380, and figured it was worth sharing. Everyone loves a good cutaway.

Airbus A380 Cutaway

Besides, that’s one hell of a commercial airliner. The largest currently in production I believe. Duty free shops and a restaurant on the airplane? An elevator for passenger use to reach each of its three decks? And that’s just the standard model. I’ve seen infographics detailing a private A380 being built for some Saudi Prince… Prayer rugs in the floor that change their orientation depending on where the plane is in relation to Mecca. Seriously.


This entry was published on August 22, 2011 at 3:56 pm and is filed under 3D, aircraft, airport, andrew wallerstein, architecture, artist, digital art, gadgets, illustration, infographics, information design, travel, user experience, visualization. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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