Melbourne-based artist Daniel Agdag builds imaginative industrial and flying machines that remind of creations designed by Leonardo Da Vinci in the 15th century.

His intricate steampunk sculptures give the impression of being made out of metal, but actually, they are made mainly from cardboard and glue.

Each of Daniel’s sculptures can take somewhere between a month or two to be completed.

Intricate Cardboard Sculptures of Imaginative Flying Machines by Daniel AgdagThe Third Fatality

 

 

Intricate Cardboard Sculptures of Imaginative Flying Machines by Daniel AgdagThe Captain

 

 

Intricate Cardboard Sculptures of Imaginative Flying Machines by Daniel AgdagThe General

 

 

Intricate Cardboard Sculptures of Imaginative Flying Machines by Daniel AgdagThe Unicycle

 

Intricate Cardboard Sculptures of Imaginative Flying Machines by Daniel AgdagThe Pilot

 

Intricate Cardboard Sculptures of Imaginative Flying Machines by Daniel AgdagThe Instrument

 

Intricate Cardboard Sculptures of Imaginative Flying Machines by Daniel AgdagThe Hunted