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Guys Makes Lamborghini Aventador For Just 500 Dollars


Taras Lesko from Seattle has built a mind-blowing replica of the Lamborghini Aventador solely out of printing paper and cardboard. However, he is not new to such ingenious builds. In year 2010, he made a jaw-dropping 4-foot-tall Freedom Gundam and the very next year he made an even impressive 7-foot tall Gundam. In its building process, he cut 720 pages into 1250 shapes. After that he took a two years break. Only very recently, he has made Lamborghini Aventador sports car from paper and cardboard which looks amazingly real. He first designed all its parts on computer softwares such as Abode Photoshop, Illustrator and AfterEffects, printed them on several paper sheets and then used an X-Acto knife to cut those parts accurately. Next he wanted his vehicle to roam around easily. To achieve this, he used chipboard to make its frame. The vehicle weighs just 11.3 kilograms.

Taras used architectural E2 paper sheets for printing and hence named his Lamborghini Aventador A-E2. The measurements of vehicle are 244 x 115 x 63 cm and these days the car is placed on a wall inside his house. The following photo shows different printed parts of Lamborghini Aventador.

And once the parts were assembled…