Taras Lesko of VisualSpicer is a beast when it comes to papercraft. He creates everything from massive self-portrait helmets, to small and large models of various car models, including this 8-foot-long Lamborghini Aventador. Lesko designed, printed, and constructed the model himself using $1000 worth of cardstock, chipboard, and glues. The project is called the "Aventador A-E2," named after the Architectural E2 paper used for the majority of the supercar's body and wheels. This is extremely impressive, but the cost will definitely keep us from making our own.

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[via OppositeLock