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Fujiyama Beer Glass by Keita Suzuki

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by Promila Shastri last modified Jun 16, 2014

A beer glass packaged in a specially designed box isn’t exactly standard, but then, there’s nothing standard about the Fujiyama Beer Glass, by designer Keita Suzuki. Elegant and hardly screaming ‘beer,’ the glass has been given an unusual, graceful shape patterned after Japan’s revered Mount Fuji—which means that beer comes — Continue reading …




 

 

fujiyama-beer-glass-1A beer glass packaged in a specially designed box isn’t exactly standard, but then, there’s nothing standard about the Fujiyama Beer Glass, by designer Keita Suzuki. Elegant and hardly screaming ‘beer,’ the glass has been given an unusual, graceful shape patterned after Japan’s revered Mount Fuji—which means that beer comes to a head in a manner mimicking the mountain’s typically snow-capped summit. Given packaging treatment typically reserved for Japanese tea cups, the Fujiyama glass comes carefully encased in a reusable wooden box, solidifying—along with its price tag of $100—its status as art piece, not merely beer mug.fujiyama-beer-glass-with-boxImages: Ode To Things


 

 

 
 
 

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