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Design Experiments With Packaging Of Beverages

Drinking from a container on which job is to design something will be much more interesting and fun. Check and let us know if you have more designs……

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1. Barrel
Glass in the form of radioactive waste casks invented designer Henry of A2 Inc. Sold in sets of two.

 

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2. Crumpled plastic

Glass cup in the form of crumpled plastic, on the idea of ​​designers, owners should call the memories of summer picnics. In the case of Russia – and even port wine / vodka in the stairwell at any time of year.

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3. Plastic wine
Yet another variation on the theme of plastic cups from designer Maxim Velcovski.

 

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4. Stack of plastic cups

This glass and bottle. Designers – Blackstone the Magician.

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5. Stack of plastic cups

This glass and bottle. Designers – Blackstone the Magician.

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6. Botanical glass

Glass created especially for gin Bombay Sapphire, which prides itself on its delicate floral aroma. Designer Benjamin Hubert and invented a new kind of blew manually martini glasses.

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7. One glass for all

One glass and a few simple devices are called EvOlverre were invented in Utopik Design. Of EvOlverre can drink and water and wine and cognac, and champagne.

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Cut glasses
Then you will not understand which side to pour.

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Inverted bottle
Glass for those who like to drink beer from a bottle, but from innovations refuses. Why not have a beer from the bottom?

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Wrapped martini glass
Glass from one series with “flute» – InsideOut designer Alissia Melka-Teichroew. Glasses not only look good, but also they are more stable and longer keep drinks cold.

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Collection Calici Caratteriali
Series of experimental glasses from Italian design studio Gumdesign.

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Wrapped “Flute”
Tall, narrow, thin-walled champagne glasses called “flyut” (flute). To make it more interesting, flyut wrapped in a glass tube and robbed the cradle.

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Immediately with a cherry
Leszek Kobusinski glasses have fancifully bent legs and fitted cocktail cherries. Glass, of course.

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Glass-ladle
Designer Jeremy Brown noticed some similarities wine glasses with a ladle (very remote) and deepened it.

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Tanker
To all the time to refill. From kyouei design.

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Glass with a hole
And the party will not have to wrestle with the question “What to do with this stupid napkin.” Designer – Alvaro Lagos Vasquez.

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Half full
That no one ever had any doubts.

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Inclined glasses
Glasses Boules (Fr. “balls”) from Absolute Appetite equipped with lenses to create the optical effects and tactile sensations.

 

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Perfect glass for whiskey invented designers Normann Copenhagen – with nicely observe the “rule of five S» – sight (view), smell (smell), swish (savor), swallow (absorb) and splash (splash water).

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Weinstein
Wine glass in the form of a beer mug. Beer is also nice.

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Leave a trail
Next to the glass is akin to a pleasant impression of the person. Hironao Tsuboi designer created a series of glasses Sakurasaku Glass, inspired by cherry blossoms: the glass itself does not look fancy, but leaves its mark in the form of Japanese cherry flower.

 

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