Would you drive a car made out of paper? Brooklyn artist Jonathan Brand has combined his artistic talent with his love of cars to build a car entirely out of folded paper right down to the spark plugs.

Brand began by creating a 3D replica on his computer and then printing out the pieces with an inkjet printer. Meticulously folding the paper he built life-sized parts that are on a 1:1 scale to the pieces of the 1969 Mustang coupe that he restored and sold to buy an engagement ring.

The work, called ‘One Piece at a Time,’ will exhibit each of the parts separately at Hofsfelt Gallery in New York from September 20th to October 29th.

Check out the documentary about making the car here and see more pictures below:

 

 

[via This Is Colossal]