A Wheelchair in the Mad Max Style – Design You Trust

A Wheelchair in the Mad Max Style


Ben Carpenter, an engineering student and a fan of cosplay, created a fierce wheelchair in Mad Max style. The boy has been suffering from spinal muscular atrophy since birth and for this reason a wheelchair is his everyday means of transport. He decided to pimp it “just a little” for the needs of cosplay.


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