• ETC
  • Dec 14, 2012
Shin Tanaka is a "Japanese artist, graffiti writer, paper toy creator, designer" with Kennedy Center credentials – his Paper Shaper sneakers are especially popular. Scion has done a DIY collaboration with Tanaka that can get you every one of Scion's five models as a Paper Shaper.

There are two ways to get in on the auto origami, the first being to stop by the Scion booth if you happen by one of the coming season's auto shows. Since that's a lot of work and waiting to acquire a perforated sheet of paper, you can also download the Scion Paper Shaper app from iTunes. In the app you can customize your model, complete with custom paper sneakers on the custom paper base, then print it out and build it yourself.

If you have any more questions, well, the video and photos below will put it all together for you.



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      caddy-v
      • 2 Years Ago
      I thought everything Toyota was already made out of paper.
        • 2 Years Ago
        @caddy-v
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      You missed it
      • 2 Years Ago
      "Kill it with fire!" now comes to all that are willing.
        • 2 Years Ago
        @You missed it
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      Jarda
      • 2 Years Ago
      f*ck no
      Donny Hoover
      • 2 Years Ago
      Such a shame that the 86 was badged this way and is now subject to these type of idiotic, publicity stunts that Scion uses to promote the rest of their cereal box toys.