In Brief

This festival drink solution could replace plastic and paper cups and could even eliminate long bar queues

No more waiting in line. No more risk of getting drinks drugged and no more worrying about giving up your front row seats. Pikpäk is the eco-friendly solution to drink refilling problems in festivals.

Magdalena Huber, a Kingston University graduate, won first place in the 2017 Dieline Packaging Design Awards under the Student Category for Pikpäk. This tetrapack rucksack is both reclosable and recyclable, which means that refilling drinks in festivals will no longer be a problem as well as disposing of the container. Pikpäk is lightweight and is easily worn on the pack through fabric cords that fasten on the shoulders. For Huber, she preferred using a unisex and minimalist design. After all, the name Pikpäk is derived from the Swedish word “Med pick och pack,” which means packing all important items.

Pikpäk | 2017 Dieline Packaging Design Awards

No more waiting in line. No more risk of getting drinks drugged and no more worrying about giving up your front row seats. Pikpäk is the eco-friendly solution to drink refilling problems in festivals.

Magdalena Huber, a Kingston University graduate, won first place in the 2017 Dieline Packaging Design Awards under the Student Category for Pikpäk. This tetrapack rucksack is both reclosable and recyclable, which means that refilling drinks in festivals will no longer be a problem as well as disposing of the container. Pikpäk is lightweight and is easily worn on the pack through fabric cords that fasten on the shoulders. For Huber, she preferred using a unisex and minimalist design. After all, the name Pikpäk is derived from the Swedish word “Med pick och pack,” which means packing all important items.