A Lamborghini Aventador is constructed using only cardboard and glue.
Inexpensive and versatile, paper has been an excellent form of expression for designers. Papercraft provides a wide platform for creativity and hands-on construction.
Visual artist and designer Taras Lesko recently constructed a life-sized Lamborghini Aventador replica out of nothing but cardboard. Experimenting with a new materials and techniques, Lesko defied the limits of 3D and print design. The Aventador A-E2 is another example of the many ways cardboard can be put to use, like this corrugated furniture set, or this eco-friendly fuzeball table.
Dared by his wife, Lesko constructed this near-life-size model, using printed architectural paper sheets backed by a sturdy layer of chipboard material. The completed model measures 244 x 115 x 63cm and weighs 11.3kg.
Lesko’s ultimate paper craft supercar now hangs above his doorframe. Proud of his artwork, Lesko is now looking for an even bigger challenge to satisfy his creativity.
Check out the assembling process below: