‘No matter where you are or where you’re going, you don’t want to miss the opportunity for coffee should it arise. Ceramic cups are for old ladies and stuffy Brits. Real coffee drinkers only carry a sturdy Stainless Steel Carabineer Mug that hooks on their belt loop and comes with them on every adventure’. (Thx Coolmaterial)
A porcelain cup with a silicone lid that is constructed to look like a paper cup. It’s double walled and insulates your drink just like the cup its shaped after.Both microwave and dishwasher safe and holds approximately 8 ounces of liquid. Sounds like an accident waiting to happen, don’t you think? Available for around $22 at Urban Indigo.
Food art, specifically those dealing with meats, definitely tiptoe a fine line of amazing and disgusting. It is art nonetheless. With this piece, the Meat Tea Cup, we bring you coverage of a past a contemporary art exhibition entitled Meat After Joy. The entire show is made up of sculptures, photography, painting and video pieces “in order to investigate the paradoxical relationship meat has to the body.”
Back at my 9-5 intern position doing video production, office work was always about coffee in the morning in whatever mug you happened to find on top of the communal fridge. If you haven’t noticed, no one is buying anything now-a-days, so what better sentiment to start off the day than with a “Fuck the Economy” mug, in an elegant typeface of course. Pick one up here for $12 bucks!
Standing three-inches tall and available in 8 different colors, there’s no better way to get your Holiday drank on then with these colorful wobbling glasses. Suitable for liquor, hot drinks or cold, and desserts, the rounded bottom construction allows for a gentle wobble while you get your sip on. Both dishwasher and microwave safe, and available in either the “warm color” set, or the “cool color” set at MoMA store.