This is a gag, ladies and gentlemen, so relax. It’s not like 2012 is going to e the year 99% of the population turns to zombies, thereby justifying a purchase of the Vagabond. The fictitious back story for this portable survival gear claims that the Vagabond aced a design competition entry, garnering its creator Austin Fleming some sort of glory. If you’re wondering how the Vagabond works, read more after the jump.
Pictured above is a compressed promo graphic. Make that faux promo graphic. Simply put, the Vagabond is a foldable shell that’s compressed into a backpack. It’s supposed to deter zombies through sheer camouflage—check out the reflective surface.
Actually, for a spoof, it has enough specs to warrant a real world imitation. Imagine bringing something like this to the North Pole or Antarctica. It might not protect you from polar bears or mad penguins, but hey, instant igloo!
Source The Daily WhatFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Humor