Windsurfing Dragon Wagon
When strolling around in the Stockholm archipelago I found a steel frame from an old wagon. I decided to fix it up so it could carry my windsurfing board across the island to wherever shoreline that has good wind. Since the island only have walking paths putting the board on a car was never an option. Being on an island without any shops you take what you got. The wagon was built from waste material from other construction projects and the design process was basically to find whatever building material you got and put it together. The only thing bought and added to the wagon was two new wheels. When drawing the different cutouts on the plywood that would hold the different pieces of the windsurfing board I found out that the shape of a dragons head would be the most functional, so I decided to name this project the Windsurfing Dragon Wagon. Although the project only took a day and did not cost more than two new wheels the Dragon Wagon is a balanced, good locking little vehicle that without effort transport my board and equipment smoothly to wherever the wind might blow.