Bojka Bug: A VW Beetle Covered in Vintage Fabrics

by , 04/22/10

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The Volkswagen Beetle is an iconic piece of car design, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be repurposed to look even better. Bokja Design took a classic Beetle and decorated it in car stickers, tapestries, and handmade vintage fabrics from the Middle East as part of an exhibition at Milan Design Week. The result: an ultra-colorful car that is sure to attract inquisitive stares from passers-by.

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The car was sold last week in an eBay auction for 1,004 euros, all of which will go to Fondazione Francesca Rava to help Haiti‘s children. What do you think–would you drive around in this fabric-covered Beetle?

+ Bokja Design

Via designboom

Image Credits: © designboom

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  1. jennie.blake February 18, 2013 at 12:50 am

    How was this made! I really want to do it.

  2. nadia.bakri May 2, 2012 at 3:30 am

    are you able to purchase this car?

  3. beetlemama November 29, 2010 at 10:59 am

    I absolutey love that! So rad! Do you think they have it at my localvolkswagen dealership columbus ohio

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