If you need a paper airplane, boat, or hat, we're your guys. If you're looking for far more intricate Origami, well... you're probably going to need an expert like Taras Lesko.
The Origami wunderkind decided to ply his trade in an effort to create the Audi A7 Papercraft, and the results are breathtaking. Lesko used 285 pieces of paper and 750 individual parts to create the blue beauty, and he had cameras rolling to capture the action. Tricky post-editing was used to condense 245 hours of work into less than three minutes. Lesko didn't just create a four-foot-long body shell with wheels, either – he added a very convincing interior as well. Hit the jump to watch the video.
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[Source: YouTube via Jalopnik]