The Jonathan Brand 'One Piece at a Time' Model is Crazy Car Art

By: Regan Canie - Published: Oct 4, 2011 • References: jonathanbrand & ohgizmo
Usually art pieces crafted purely from paper are limited to origami pieces, but the Jonathan Brand 'One Piece at a Time' creation decided to test his folding skills in producing a whole recyclable Mustang replica.

The Canadian artist with a passion for vintage vehicles set out to recreate a whole 1969 Ford Mustang, right down to the nuts and bolts, entirely out of paper -- a few hundred strategic notches and folds create detailing.

The Johnathan Brand 'One Piece at a Time' exhibit was named after the classic Johnny Cash hit referring to the dreams of a factory worker wishing to actually own one of the cars he is hired to make.

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