This Paper Grocery Bag Doubles As A Backpack – Design You Trust

This Paper Grocery Bag Doubles As A Backpack

Dennis Rasch and Cornelius Voss have designed PaperJohn, a new version of the traditional paper bag.

PaperJohn is mostly a normal paper grocery bag, but it can also be worn as a backpack, making it easier to carry your groceries home when you’re walking or riding a bike. As an added bonus, it can also be recycled.

To help PaperJohn become a reality, you can visit their crowdfunding campaign – here.


Via Contemporist

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