The Liquid Body Flask Looks Malleable, Despite Its Metal Materiality

By: Amelia Roblin - Sep 29, 2014
References: areaware & likecool
The Liquid Body Flask seems to take the appearance of flexible foil drink packaging, much like pouches that contains single-serving juices. Even though the reference may be rather playful, this misshapen vessel is perhaps all the more suited to fit the irregular space within one's pocket.

Designed by The Principals for Areaware, this product was made from stainless steel, manipulated in such a way that makes it looks like it was hollowed out by a forceful technique of inflating it with air. The edges remain at acute angles; meanwhile, the middle puffs up to give the Liquid Body Flask additional capacity. The sleek mirror-faced bottle can hold the ideal on-the-go dose of your particular poison.