The CellBag is Inspired by Biological Cells

By: Meghan Young - Published: Dec 12, 2011 • References: labstoreparis & coolhunting
The CellBag comes from the brilliant minds at Harvard university. Inspired by the form of actual biological cells, this unique food and water carrier provides a quirky, yet futuristic way to travel around the city, conveniently prepared for when hunger or thirst strikes.

Although conceived by Harvard students under the guidance of Professor David Edwards, the CellBag was created in collaboration with industrial designer Mathieu Lehanneur. It features two different compartments: the accordion-like expandable section holds the liquid while the other half is reserved for easy access of dry goods. When detached, the CellBag’s water section lies straight, allowing for easier storage, pouring and filling.

The initial limited run of the CellBag is currently available online with all of the proceeds to the EARTH Water Association. Stats for Futuristic Lunch Carriers Trending: Older & Mild
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