UK designer Duncan Shotton aims to relive the tradition of milk delivery with his Full-Fat Milk Bottle Doorstop.
This simple design is made from a glass bottle filled with solid white resin that looks like milk. The top is sealed with a re-enforced foil and the base is held in place with a transparent anti-slip disc. The whole piece weighs a…
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If you're one of those people who doesn't believe art and commerce can exist in the same space, you have not seen Evian's designer bottle series! Paul Smith's design is the third in a series of designer bottles commissioned by Evian, following one by Christian Lacroix in 2008 and last year's model by Jean Paul Gaultier. Here, I've lined them all up for you.
The Wat Pa Maha Chedio Kaew temple, in Thailand’s Sisaket province (roughly 370 miles northeast of Bangkok), is made of about 1.5 million recycled glass bottles. True to its nickname, “Wat Lan Kuad” or “Temple of Million Bottles” features glass bottles throughout – even the toilets. Bottle caps are also integrated as decorative mosaic murals.