If you think the paper plane you made for your two year old was impressive, you might not wanna look very closely at the papercraft Bugatti Veyron replica designer Tarak Lesko AKA the Visual Spicer created. Using nothing but sticky tape, glue and 44 A4 pages, Lesko created a stunning 2.5 feet long replica of the $1.6 million Bugatti Veyron. The creation of the papercraft model was filmed by the designer who uploaded it to YouTube as a how-to video.
Judging by the changes of attire, it probably took the designer around 5 or 6 days to finish the project though he did a reasonable job of making the instruction clear and easy to understand. Using 44 pages to fashion 159 parts of the vehicle, Lesko illustrates how even an amateur hobbyist can put together his own papercraft Bugatti Veyron replica even providing color templates and proper instruction on how to create the model and put it together.
Lesko is a well known name in the graphic design world and is notes for his work on the promotional media and the user interface screens of the Forza 4 Motorsport title for the Xbox 360. Also well known for developing papercraft models of various everyday objects, Lesko has done a bang up job of keeping the proportions of the vehicle as close to the real thing as possible while maintaining the two tone aesthetics of the design.
Via: Left Lane News