The origami is one thing. But the garbage truck is another. http://tottglobal.com/won-park-origami-master-that-lives-in-a-garbage-truck/
It's not really a garbage truck.
It's a purpose-built Unicat RV. Unicats are German trucks designed to go just about anywhere.
Autoliterate appreciates rugged Euro truck design. The Europeans don't seem to mind trucks looking like trucks: functional, rugged, and designed to do a job rather than to be props in some tired mythology of manliness; like the massive, swollen pickup trucks Chevrolet, Dodge and Ford are turning out these days. Which seem to be all about braggadacio (hey, that might be a good name for one: the Dodge Braggadacio?). The gigantic 21st century American pickup truck radiates a sort of steroid-induced Sylvester Stallone ersatz masculinity that always seems on the verge of hysterical tears.
Not to mention ersatz-truck vulgar monstrosities like the Cadillac Escalade EXT .
(Autoliterate sadly notes that the venerable little Ford Ranger, one of the few pickups that have kept it simple, is being cut out after 27 years: 2011 is the last model year for Ranger.