move it cardboard cart move it cardboard cart
aug 11, 2010

move it cardboard cart

move-it is a kit of self-adhesive cardboard parts designed to assist users in rolling around large cardboard boxes designed by david warwick graham. the design is intended for users without a means of transportation who need to move large boxes from a  shop like ikea to their home. the cart is composed of a handle and a set of wheels which stick onto any size box making it easy to move from one place to another. the kit is very lightweight because it is made from cardboard and can carry loads of up to 20 kg. after it is used, move-it can be placed in a recycling stream, including the adhesives, or reused for another load. with this design shops could allow users to shop more spontaneously without the need from cars, taxis or delivery.

via wired

  • it’s quite great !

    LM says:
  • great idea!!!!!

    carmen says:
  • very very neat! great idea!

    aline says:
  • all is made of paper! this is important..

    teo says:
  • Freakin’ Genius!

    I’m having one ‘why did no one thought of this before’ moments!

    Vítor Carvalho says:
  • Great idea, I just think it was better if it was reusable… but there’s a beginning:)

    Congrats for the great idea:)

    Rita Cambim says:
  • looks awesome for a cardboard addicted like me!

    Adriana T. says:
  • Thank you for the recyclable solution. (Agree with reusable comment, perhaps rentable/returnable?)

    As we all drive less, this solution will be employed more!

    meli says:
  • With adhesive this cardboard cannot be recycled as it is “contaminated” as they call it. What adhesive is he using? Furthermore how do you reuse it? If it has been used before , wont ripping out the wheel cause damage to “move it”? especially the handles?

    ZL says:
  • EXCELENTE RECYCLABLE SOLUTION……THIS SOLUTION IS THE BEST

    JOE BROUZZO says:
  • Cardboard Cart “Gibson edition” from Barcelona:
    http://www.cartonzico.com/2013/01/carro-multiusosevo3-gibson.html

    hsfrecuencia says:

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