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Car Art: Benedict Radcliffe’s Wire Frame Toyota Corolla

Posted in Bizarre, Car Branding, Car Photography, Design, Stunts, Toyota by Vito Rispo | September 25th, 2008 | 6 Responses |

This is actually not a wireframe CGI or any type of cell shaded animation. It’s a real life actual, tangible scale model of a Toyota Corolla made out of heavy gauge wire. It was created by artist Benedict Radcliffe and was commissioned by Japan’s Densu Inc. for an advertising campaign in the Middle East.

Radcliffe just used the silhouette of a Toyota Corolla as his guide and formed a perfect skeleton of wire. He then painted it with a reflective white paint, and that was that.

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  1. […] The most awesome piece of art I’ve seen in a long time. A wire frame Toyota by Benedict Radcliffe: http://ur1.ca/4fvo […]

  2. Tibi says:

    that is incredible :)

  3. Ben G says:

    Actually, that’s a Subaru Impreza.

  4. Cooca.Net says:

    Clever and impressive, but definitely an Impreza not a Toyota.