Industrial evolution is our tribute to human achievements. We believe in people (especially the very young ones), we believe in our skills, wisdom and heart. This collection shows how much we have accomplished, that we’ve come a long way but we still have a lot to do. That is why you will find here stickers in the shape of the first planes and cars, a revolutionary invention of the steam train, factories and mills. But also a turn to the future: rockets, a futuristic green city, windmills and cars that will not pollute the air anymore.
Technology is there to serve us, that’s why it was invented. We know that there is a bright horizon ahead of us, and that among our little history fans there are those who will change the course of the future for even more beautiful! Support your little geniuses!
Measurements of some elements:
- brothers Wright invention: 55 cm x 20 cm
- commercial aircraft: 75 cm x 23 cm
- futuristic supersonic planes: 47 cm x 21 cm / 26 cm x 12 cm’
1. Brothers Wright Flyer – it was in North Carolina in 1903 that this invention flew 36 m in 12 seconds! First ever heavier than air aircraft that flew like a wind!
2. Shark-mouthed Curtiss P-40 from the first half of 1930’s. One of the main US military planes in WWII (Pearl Harbor) and… a Hollywood star! This plane was flown (in movies) by John Wayne or… the future president of the United States, Ronald Reagan!
3. Silver-blue Helldiver, also called “The Beast”, from the same time period. First one to dive and go up again in seconds.
4. Douglas with an arrow. Passenger planes first constructed in the 30’s. Transatlantic commercial aircraft that could board from 20 to 60 people, a real game-changer! Legend has it that the contract for these planes for America was signed… on a cigarette paper!
5. Big, wonderful airplanes like Airbus and Boeing. The largest one can accommodate 850 passengers and travel almost 1000 km/h (that’s 3 soccer fields in one second!)
6. Supersonic flights meaning that the plane develops speeds greater than the speed of sound. The speed of sound is around 1200 km/h and these planes could travel 2100 km/h (about 3,5 h from Europe to New York!). The last plane this type flew in 2003 but there is a big possibility that in 2027-2030 we will see new ones!