In early November, Nissan Europe held an event in the UK to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the Juke compact crossover. This â€œuniqueâ€ event involved the challenge of building a life-size version of the Nissan Juke using a certain item that symbolizes Japanese culture.
This Japanese item was none other than origami. Paper artist, Owen Gildersleeve of the UK was put in charge of building a life-size version of the Nissan Juke.
Over 2,000 origami paper and around 200 hours were put in to the creation. The paper-made Juke featuring a yellow exterior with wheel arches and headlights resembles the actual vehicle.
It added a touch of grace to the Jukeâ€™s 5-year anniversary as well as to World Origami Days.