The paper Nissan Juke

nissanNissan, in collaboration with British artist Owen Gildersleeve, has created a life-size origami version of its Juke model to celebrate the fifth anniversary since its market launch.

The company noted that this initiative is "a nod" to Japanese heritage and said it was inspired by the first steps of car design. The artist has produced this work by hand, with more than 200 hours of work and more than 2.000 pieces of folded paper.

Faced with this project, Gildersleeve said it has been "very hard but rewarding" and stressed that the use of so many individual pieces of paper to create the overall structure also represents the thousands of people who helped make the Nissan Juke a reality.




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