This may come as a surprise, but the powerful, fuel-efficient Nissan Juke subcompact crossover recently passed its five-year anniversary, and one artist wanted to celebrate the occasion in style – origami-style.
Owen Gildersleeve created an all-paper Nissan Juke model out of 2,000 pieces of paper, in an effort that took more than 200 hours to complete, as well as a little help from Nissan, of course.
Footage of the impressive Origami Nissan Juke can be viewed on YouTube, thanks to NissanUK’s official channel. The creation is mostly yellow, inspired by the Juke’s Solar Yellow paint option, we have to assume.
Gildersleeve said in regards to the Origami Juke that the many pieces of paper represent all of the hardworking people who have worked together over the years to put together the Nissan Juke, ultimately resulting the stellar vehicle.