This Diy Camper is Surprisingly Made from Plastic Campaign Signs

 - May 15, 2016
References: elkinsdiy & treehugger
Designed and created by DIY aficionado Paul Elkins, this tiny DIY camper is made from corrugated plastic campaign signs.

The DIY camper was built without a frame and instead has a corrugated plastic sheeting that maintains its curved shape. The tiny camper features most of the amenities featured in standard campers -- including a "stove, sink, counter, shelving, storage, LED lighting, insulation and a skylight." The wheels on the camper come from a used bicycle and the sturdy camper is insulated and held together with zip ties and duct tape. The door can act as shade from the sun or to protect from rain and it even has retractable legs to keep it from tipping forward when it is parked.

This cramped but utility-focused camper can be made by anyone with the right materials, since the designer is selling his project plan for only $20.