Paper Bugatti Veyron

Whilst these may look like clever boys toys they’re actually made of nothing more than sheets of PAPER. The carefully crafted work of art is the result of just 44 sheets of paper and 100 hours of careful planning and building. From his studio near Seattle, Washington, graphic designer Taras Lesko uses a combination of computer software and good old fashioned glue and scissors to put together the 3D model of the Bugatti Veyron super car.

Whilst these may look like clever boys toys they're actually made of nothing more than sheets of PAPER. The carefully crafted work of art is the result of just 44 sheets of paper and 100 hours of careful planning and building. From his studio near Seattle, Washington, graphic designer Taras Lesko uses a combination of computer software and good old fashioned glue and scissors to put together the 3D model of the Bugatti Veyron super car.

Whilst these may look like clever boys toys they're actually made of nothing more than sheets of PAPER. The carefully crafted work of art is the result of just 44 sheets of paper and 100 hours of careful planning and building. From his studio near Seattle, Washington, graphic designer Taras Lesko uses a combination of computer software and good old fashioned glue and scissors to put together the 3D model of the Bugatti Veyron super car.

Whilst these may look like clever boys toys they're actually made of nothing more than sheets of PAPER. The carefully crafted work of art is the result of just 44 sheets of paper and 100 hours of careful planning and building. From his studio near Seattle, Washington, graphic designer Taras Lesko uses a combination of computer software and good old fashioned glue and scissors to put together the 3D model of the Bugatti Veyron super car.

Whilst these may look like clever boys toys they're actually made of nothing more than sheets of PAPER. The carefully crafted work of art is the result of just 44 sheets of paper and 100 hours of careful planning and building. From his studio near Seattle, Washington, graphic designer Taras Lesko uses a combination of computer software and good old fashioned glue and scissors to put together the 3D model of the Bugatti Veyron super car.