Tipsy Looking Glasses Make You Think You’ve Had A Few Too Many [Pics]

Tipsy Looking Glasses Make You Think You’ve Had A Few Too Many [Pics]

Glass drinking tumblers were placed in high-temperature kilns to create these unique shapes.

Yi Chen
  • 31 january 2012

These whimsical drinking glasses come in a set of six and are all uniquely formed to look wobbly and out-of-shape. The Tipsy Glasses were created by placing original Duralex Picardie tumbler glasses in a very high-temperature kiln until they reached their melting point. The process resulted in “slow deformation of the glasses caused by gravity while preserving their original identity.”

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