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Won Park: Origami Master who lives in a Garbage Truck


Sure, Won Park is a master origamist, who uses single dollar bills as his medium (tearing them is technically illegal btw, not sure about burning them for heat tho), but just as amazing is the garbage truck he's modified to live in which surpasses most apartments. Feng Shui in a garbage truck has made it the ultimate mobile home. Take a look at his work and his beautiful home on wheels here.

Sure, Won Park is a master origamist, who uses single dollar bills as his medium (tearing them is technically illegal btw, not sure about burning them for heat tho), but just as amazing is the garbage truck he’s modified to live in which surpasses most apartments. Feng Shui in a garbage truck has made it the ultimate mobile home. Take a look at his work and his beautiful home on wheels below.

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