This vodka bottle design by Jim Bogenrief tackles the issue of struggling to fit a full-sized bottle into a bucket of ice, offering a solution that functions better and expresses the beverage better. The 63 Kelvin Fine Vodka takes the shape of an ice pick, with a sharp, angular design that makes it easy to dig into ice cubes. In addition to being more practical in its shape, the new form expresses the beverage's origins and purity.
The design by the student of California's Art Center College of Design has been granted a patent and now all that remains is to wait for a utility patent before this unusual vodka packaging could be seen at nightclubs and shelves around the world.
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