Wine That Helps Look at The World Through Rose-Colored Glasses

For the rosé wine-drinking cockeyed optimist, there is Pink Glasses. With a pair of eyeglasses printed right on the bottle, you can look through the rose-colored lenses for a distorted sense of reality — even before you start drinking. Cheers.

[link, via the dieline]

Spodee, Wine Packaged in a Milk Bottle

Spodee pays homage to the Depression-era booze of the same name. The mix of homemade country wines, garden herbs, spices and moonshine was a more palatable alternative to the straight grain alcohol that was all the rage at the time.

The milk bottle is also a tribute to those original Spodee makers, who used whatever was available to package their hooch. Feel free to strap on a nipple and get drinking — we won’t judge.

[link, via Doobybrain]

The Spaghetti Tower Dispenses The Perfect Amount of Pasta

Spaghetti dispensing… A real world problem. The designers at OTOTO know this, and have brought us The Spaghetti Tower. Featuring a tapered, numbered, and multi-hinged lid — the Spaghetti Tower will not only keep your pasta fresh, but will give you the perfect amount every time.

Never run out of spaghetti on pasta night again. And, no more leftover spaghetti after making too much, and then having to eat it cold in the middle of the night. I know, I hate that too.

[available here, via designboom]

The Baker’s Dozen Egg Carton

A baker’s dozen — they’re not just for bagels and donuts anymore. Brought to us by Randy Ludacer of Beach Packaging Design, the concept not only adds a thirteenth egg for the price of twelve, but the polyhedral packaging could potentially save space in supermarket refrigerators. And, the diamond-shaped spaces in between the 13-packs form convenient hand-sized gaps for easy grabbing. Just make sure that all 13 are intact.

[via Box Vox]

Never Get Your Hand Stuck in a Pringles Can Again

Although the Pringle chip might be a marvel of engineering and design, their packaging is anything but. That slender cylinder — far too narrow for the hand of the average potato chip eater to fit down. And once that Pringles can has your grubby little mitt in its clenches, resisting only makes it worse.

Bloom Chips, a design concept by Dohyuk Kwon, looks to solve this problem. The can retains a cylindrical form to protect the chips within, but will literally bloom open to create a handy snack bowl. Although the design may encourage you to eat an entire cylinder in one sitting — you can feel better knowing that the night won’t end with your hand stuck in a potato-chip-can-trap again.

[link, via Gizmodo]