Nebo : Portable Shop System by Mario Weiss

What an interesting design of portable shop system. Nebo consists of a beverage backpack and a vendor’s tray. It’s been design specially for selling beverages and ice cream at festivals, sports events or big events where sellers can use a trolley. It’s a very eye-catching product, it offers a comfortable way of selling food and drinks. The main part of this backpack is covered with a UV resistant foil to keep its temperature, the bag is made of water resistant textile. At the back, there are several adjustable straps to firmly hold the user’s back.

Designer : Mario Weiss

Nebo Portable Shop system

Nebo Portable Shop system

Nebo was completed in cooperation with the company Taracell, as an innovation project. Taracell‘s interest was in new innovative products made of expanded polypropylene (EPP), their core business. The decision for this product was based on the typical characteristics of the material: the lightness, the thermal insulation and its shock resistance are all of great value for this product. Although the product is not new, the approach and the design are. Most existing products are all for maximum advertising space, ours is for maximum appeal and semantic implication. Its design should evoke a cool refreshment, therefore we chose a penguin as the semantic role model.

Nebo Portable Shop system

Nebo Portable Shop system

Nebo Portable Shop system

Nebo Portable Shop system

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@rocketpacks says: November 11, 2010

Vending Maschine – Backpack Beverage Dispenser – Event-Marketing -for 19 Liter Beer Cola Coffee Shop for Cupdispenser Vendor tray's Beertower . http://www.rocketpacks.de

@rocketpacks says: November 11, 2010

These ide is 15 year old http://www.rocket-packs.com

özcan ergüneş says: January 7, 2013

How do I get the design of portable shop and how munch?







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