Life-Size Transformer Wine Rack
::Willy Wonka:: Oh, tell me about your wine rack and how sophisticated you are! SOPHISTICATE *THIS*, motherlicker! A lighting salesman in Phoenix has created this massive, 1,000 pound wine rack installation out of used transmission parts from old cars and motorcycles, chemically treated and devoid of any corrosive materials, of course. Course, if you’re purchasing a giant walking Transforming wine-rack, I question why you’d want to corrosive materials removed, but that’s just me. Holding 32 bottles of your finest Cybertronian vintages, this monstrosity can actually be yours from craigslist for the bargain basement price of $7,000 USD.
Wine Stain Portraits by Amelia Fais Harnas
There’s no use crying over spilled wine… okay, maybe there is, that shit can be expensive. Amelia’s wine is spilled intentionally though, carefully controlling the bleeding through fabric to create the lines and depths of one’s face.
Fire and Wine by Adam Marksteiner
As part of the raining sparks photography challenge at Gizmodo, Adam created the hottest (see wut i did ther) photo by breaking off the bottom of a wine bottle and placing a metal duct in it, before lighting steel wool and blowing sparks down through the bottle with a hair dryer. WAITER, there’s a highly combustible element in my glass! Check out all the other entries over at gizmodo.
Self Aerating Wine Glass
Emulating the Trevi Fountain of Rome, this conceptual wine glass aerates the wine itself as you pour it into the central glass. Yeah that’s right, it’s a wine glass within a wine glass. You’ve just been Inception’d! Available for purchase at homewetbar for only $21.95 USD.
Human Heart Charafe by Liviana Osti
These two glass charafes are meant to be placed together, one filled with wine while the other contains water, to remind you that wine is just as important as water to decrease your chances of cardiovascular failure, but that doesnt mean you need to be polishing off that entire bottle of Merlot every night. Moderation in all things, amirite?
Winestein Beer and Wine Glass
Available for purchase at ThinkGeek for $19.99 USD. This beer stein is double walled, with the inner wall being conveniently wine-glass shaped. Great for confusing your drunken friends plus it brings insta-class to any Naddy-fueled frat party.
Time For Wine by Viktor Hertz
A pessimist looks at an hour glass and sees the inevitable march of time slowly slipping through our fingers.
alcoholic optimist sees wine and drinks the hourglass.