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Ah it can be embarrassing to return from the off licence with a carrier bag that clinks. Especially when your tear-stained face and poor odour suggests that a loss of job/girlfriend/job and girlfriend might be the reason.

Just imagine how easier it would be if your favourite spirits came in cardboard cartons. Falling deeper into a pit of misery would be so much less stressful.

You can thank the artist Jorn for these. Although these designs are just a concept, they're not too far from reality. Glass bottles have been almost eradicated from all other genres of drink, leaving us to feel rather luxurious whenever we buy an Appletiser.

You can see more of his work here.

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