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The tipsy glasses

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We’ve all been there. Come the end of a very long evening refreshed with hard liquor, when the world starts to resemble one of those Salvador Dali melting watch paintings. Wobbly, fuzzy, slightly shaky under foot.

A bit like these glasses in fact. Aptly named Tipsy by designers LORIS&LIVIA, the collapsed effect was created by placing the glasses in a kiln at a temperature high enough to cause them to melt and distort the glasses’ shape.

We like the deformed character of the glasses; we just wish they came with headache tablets and a whopping bacon and egg roll for the morning.

You can buy your own here.

(Images: James Champion)

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