Car Crafted From Recyclable Cardboard Can Actually Drive Down the Street
Two engineers designers in England crafted a Lexus made out of recycled cardboard.
Take a closer look at this car and you'll realize it's made entirely from cardboard.
"When people walk past it, they do a double take," said Daniel Ryan, who co-created the origami-inspired vehicle.
Lexus unveiled the car - a cardboard version of their new IS 300H - in London this week.
It took three months for Daniel Ryan, from the company Laser Cut Works, and Ruben Marcos, of Scales & Models, to handcraft 1,700 pieces of recyclable laser-cut cardboard, each one shaped to work with the other and eventually become the body of an IS 300H.
Ryan said that their work turned "mundane material to a beautiful sculpture."
The car, which isn't available to be purchased, will be on display at a home improvement show in England.
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