The Whimsical Sake Bomb by Alexander Purcell

By: Marissa Liu - Published: Nov 17, 2009 • References: sakebombstore & wallpaper
A Sake Bomb is a drink made by dropping a shot of sake into a glass of beer; it is also the name of this playful pouring vessel. The inspiration for the Sake Bomb (the alcohol container not the drink) was the Fugu (Blowfish) and a WWII sea mine, as seen by its spiky exterior.

The Sake Bomb was created by LA-based designer Alexander Purcell. It was printed using a 3D FDM printer, then made into a plaster mold. Using traditional slip-casting procedures, the final ceramic versions of the Sake Bomb were created.

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