Posts Tagged ‘ Drinks ’

Pairing Series by Kyle Dreier


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It is generally agreed that for each type of food exist perfect type of drinks. And Nashville based food photographer Kyle Dreier decided to show how to compose them ideally. In the project called “Pairings Series: Food & Drink…and String” he composed perfect pairs of food and drink. And if you don’t know or doubt what to choose for your dinner take a look at this series and you will know.

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Philips Lumiware Color Changing Coasters


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Philips Lumiware Color Changing Coasters produce a constant light that reflects in the drinks. The tropical and beach style surface is entirely scratch resistant. The LED lights are battery-powered that take last more than 10 hours before getting completely drained. And thanks to Philips for adding a wireless induction charger for hassle-free recharging.

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Zarb Bizarre Champagne Packaging


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Zarb Champagne shouldn’t have a tough time catching your attention at your local wine boutique.  These wild and wondrous champagne bottles are styled in a truly bizarre manner, reflecting the identity of the Zarb brand itself.  In French, the word Zarb is slang for “bizarre”, a moniker well suited to this new line of champagne.  The bubbly within this bottle isn’t your run-of-the-mill sparkling white either.  It hails from the Champagne region of France, so it bears the title of Champagne with true authenticity.  This line of packaging might just be the most exotic that a Champagne producer would ever dare to market.

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Creative Creature Cups


The exterior of each one is conspicuously identical and unassuming, so for guests come to visit for the first time, the shock will definitely catch them off guard – for those in the know, though, they will still always get a little surprise with their final sips. Some are friendly and furry, and others look poised to snap you with claws or wrap you with tentacles – you never know what you will find at the bottom of these coffee (or tea) mugs.

Where The F*ck Do You Wanna Drink?


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Everyone knows about Yelp, Four Square, and any of the other typical means to find a good restaurant, bar, or meeting place.  But for those of us who just want to straight up get a drink as close as possible to where we’re standing that second… there’s “Where The F*ck Should I Go For Drinks.com”.  Quite a simple solution to finding a close by bar.  Simply put in your address, and you’ll be pointed to the nearest watering hole.  No separation by class, or price, or status, or type… just a direct line to where you can get your drink on.  Click the pic to try it out.

Hows About Them Dranks.


Being the alcohol connoisseur that I am,  I routinely check the web for new and exciting drinks.  (or Dranks as my boy keeps calling it right now).  I found an amazing project made by Konstantin Datz, 22 years old and studying design on university of applied science, Potsdam (Germany). The cocktails poster is the ultimate collection of the 35 most common cocktails and shows an abridgement of the ingredients of these cocktails.  If you love cocktails and if you love design, this poster is perfect for you.  Based on this poster there is also an app to view the cocktails on your iPhone, be sure to check out the website for this app, it has an amazing design.

Drunken Art.


A company called Bevshots has produced a series of shots of booze under the microscope at the Florida State University’s chemistry labs.  This is Tequila at 1000x magnification.

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The process consists of letting a droplet of liquor dry out completely on a slide in an airtight container, and photographing the result with a 35mm camera. The entire process can take up to three months and as many as 200 attempts to properly capture the drink’s constituent parts.  Cocktails can have fruit and soft drinks in them which contain citric acids and complex sugars which dry out well and look great photographed.  The incredible shapes and colours of the boozy artwork are highlighted by shining natural light on top and through the bottom of the slide. Just like images of snowflakes, each drink is different.  Bevshots estimate that they have sold over 20,000 examples of their alcoholic art works.

Champagne

Pina Colada

Sake

Scotch

Vodka

Whiskey

White-Russian