Kevin’s Camper Kart

by Kent Griswold on August 14th, 2009. 8 Comments
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We have looked at a couple of homeless shelter options on a couple of posts in the past. Logan husband of Tammy from Rowdy Kittens found this cool site that had this and another tiny house concept within it.

Kevin is an artist who likes to paint vehicles, he says, “I find beauty in derelict cars and unkempt landscapes. I have always been interested in painting vehicles and scenes that have defined the evolution of the American landscape.”

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He also seems to like to create projects that fit a need and has done so with this camping cart. I see one issue with this design, in that the cart wheels would most likely have difficulty supporting a person sleeping without some type of bracing or way to lock it in place.

I really like the concept though and would love to see something like this developed into a real product. Great work Kevin!

Check out Keven’s website and enjoy his paintings and drawings.

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8 Responses to “Kevin’s Camper Kart”

  1. Benjamin says:

    Why did my comment get deleted?

  2. Kent Griswold says:

    Hi Benjamin – I just changed servers and I think when the database was backed it was before this post. Please enter it againand sorry about that…Kent

  3. Benjamin says:

    We are assuming, of course, that the “homeowner” has purchased or is leasing the cart from the market where he/she obtained it.

  4. Such a “tiny house” concept. lol

  5. litebobcat says:

    Have you considered putting 2 shopping carts back to back and laying down where the groceries go?

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  7. mimi hallman says:

    The base does not look very stable. How does one move around in the top part without the whole thing falling over?

    • Wendy P says:

      I agree with Mimi Hallman – perhaps something like two 10-speed kickstands on each side of the shopping cart? That would probably do the trick.

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