The world’s fastest car for your living room in all its papyraceous glory
Conceived in Germany by Volkswagen and born in France, the roads of the world in 2005 discharged the honor and privilege of being pavement to the fastest machine to ever tread them. The Bugatti Veyron slash Car of the decade 2000-2009 is a name which is just as formidable sans any introduction. Only the most elite garages and manors around the world have had the fortune of housing the exhilarating phenomenon that is Veyron. But now, it’s your chance to house it proudly if not in your garage then certainly on the mantle shelf of your living room or bed room. VisualSpicer has come out with its version of a paper-craft Bugatti for Veyron aficionados.
The aerodynamic angles and outlandish two-tone set type connections weren’t very conducive in way of designing a papercraft replica, but Taras Lesko, a graphic design artist at VisualSpicer made it happen anyway with his zeal. The 2.5ft long dexterously designed papyraceous car consists of 159 parts, fabricated using 44 pages. The thrill multiplies with each part that you put together, leading you eventually to the papyraceous glory!