You can’t camp in these bike-powered mobile libraries, but that doesn’t stop book lovers from flocking to them at special events.
Photographer Mandy Lea lives full-time out of her [email protected] teardrop trailer. She talks about her inspiration, trailer modifications, and life on the road.
Check out this quirky teardrop trailer. It was made entirely from scratch and painted to look like a cartoon whale.
With gorgeous reclaimed wood siding, this teardrop trailer is actually pretty easy to build! Here’s how to make your own, step-by-step.
Kevin Karl, an artist and visual designer living in Northern Nevada, designed a “Bag End” wrap for a customer’s basic teardrop trailer.
Montana artists Kelly and Mark Harro built their teardrop trailer, Betty, with help from Pinterest and some recycled auto parts.
Army Veteran builds expandable motorcycle camper for solo trips with minimal gear.
It’s like a teardrop trailer—with no wheels!
It’s not real fiberglass, but it sure looks like it is.
This Tennessee company builds small teardrop campers modeled after popular vintage teardrops from France and Germany.