The perfect casual-wear for anyone who enjoys a good tea time, the Tea Shirt was created by Artist Meryl Smith.
It’s an actual t-shirt filled with real tea. It even includes a string and tag for easy steeping in the jacuzzi.
Whether it’s with coffee, chopsticks, or lunch… artist Red Hong Yi is very good at creating art with whatever’s available. This time, the Malaysian artist wanted to create a large-scale piece that would pay tribute to her homeland and the process of making the Malaysian sweet tea, Teh Tarik.
This time, Red’s medium of choice was about 20,000 tea bags, steeped to create varying shades of color and tone. The used tea bags were then placed together into panels, and then hung to form the picture of a vendor pulling tea.
Be sure to check out the video below too… Red’s creative process is pure awesome. Her tea-pouring skills… not so much.
Polar bears are really good ice fishers… true story. So, it only makes sense that one would look great sitting on your cup, holding your tea bag for you.
Shirokuma, by Japanese studio Necktie, is a porcelain tea bag holder equipped with a fishing polar bear. Simply dunk your tea bag, wrap the end around your bear’s trusty fishing pole, and steep away.
The best part, besides the adorable bear, is that he sits atop a plate that’ll keep your tea warm while it steeps. Now see if he can get my ring that fell in the tea.
If you’d like to make your teacup a bit more relaxing, you can now watch a goldfish swim around in it while it steeps your tea.
Brought to us by Taiwan-based Charm Villa, Goldfish Teabags are filled with Oolong or rose flavored tea. Let them swim/steep for as long as you’d like. And, for the full goldfish experience, you can flush it down the toilet when it’s done.