As designers, we are always intrigued by the work of other artists and those in the design community. We came across an article on Hemmings Blog that speaks about an artist, Jonathan Brand, who built a replica of his 1969 Mustang Coupe (which he had to sell to buy his fiancé a ring) entirely out of paper.
“This work begins as 3D drawings on a computer. I utilize a large format printer to translate the digital into the real world as a flat inkjet print. I then cut, fold and glue these numbered and labeled shapes together much like a complicated three-dimensional jigsaw puzzle.”
After visiting the Chicago Auto Show this past weekend, we found his work particularly interesting. We can’t imagine how long something like this would have taken! You can read the full article here and also view more photos. Very cool!