This drinks carton-style backpack by Kingston University graduate Magdalena Huber is designed to help music festival-goers avoid long bar queues.

Magdalena Huber's Pikpäk lets festival-goers drink from their backpack

PACKAGING INNOVATION: The Pikpäk drinks carton-style backpack by Kingston University graduate Magdalena Huber is designed to help music festival-goers avoid long bar queues.

Pikpäk (Student Project) on Packaging of the World - Creative Package Design Gallery

Pikpäk (Student Project)

Pikpäk (Student Project) on Packaging of the World - Creative Package Design Gallery

Pikpäk (Student Project)

PIKPÄK is a unique drink packaging designed for festival attendants. The simple idea of a tetrapack rucksack that is reclosable, recycable and wearable solves a lot of problems people experience with their drinks on festivals.

The Dieline Awards 2017: PIKPÄK — The Dieline | Packaging & Branding Design & Innovation News

The Dieline Awards 2017: PIKPÄK

The Dieline Awards 2017: PIKPÄK — The Dieline | Packaging & Branding Design & Innovation News

PIKPAK Magdalena Huber

Magdalena Huber's Pikpäk lets festival-goers drink from their backpack

Pikpäk (Student Project) on Packaging of the World - Creative Package Design Gallery

Pikpäk (Student Project)

This drinks carton-style backpack by Kingston University graduate Magdalena Huber is designed to help music festival-goers avoid long bar queues.

The Dieline Awards 2017: PIKPÄK — The Dieline | Packaging & Branding Design & Innovation News

The Dieline Awards 2017: PIKPÄK

PIKPÄK is a unique drink packaging designed for festival attendants. The simple idea of a tetrapack rucksack that is reclosable, recycable and wearable solves a lot of problems people experience with their drinks on festivals.

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Pikpäk (Student Project)

PIKPÄK is a unique drink packaging designed for festival attendants. The simple idea of a tetrapack rucksack that is reclosable, recycable and wearable solves a lot of problems people experience with their drinks on festivals.

The Dieline Awards 2017: PIKPÄK — The Dieline | Packaging & Branding Design & Innovation News

The Dieline Awards 2017: PIKPÄK

PIKPÄK is a unique drink packaging designed for festival attendants. The simple idea of a tetrapack rucksack that is reclosable, recycable and wearable solves a lot of problems people experience with their drinks on festivals.

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Magdalena Huber Design - Pikpäk (Student)

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The Dieline Awards 2017: PIKPÄK packaging design by Magdalena Huber - created via https://pinthemall.net

The Dieline Awards 2017: PIKPÄK packaging design by Magdalena Huber - created via https://pinthemall.net

PIKPÄK is a unique drink packaging designed for festival attendants. The  simple idea of a tetrapack rucksack that is reclosable, recycable and  wearable solves a lot of problems people experience with their drinks on  festivals.  The plain and unisex packaging fits with all kind of typical fes

The Dieline Awards 2017: PIKPÄK

PIKPÄK is a unique drink packaging designed for festival attendants. The simple idea of a tetrapack rucksack that is reclosable, recycable and wearable solves a lot of problems people experience with their drinks on festivals.

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