Mitchell Spain makes porcelain and clay glasses, shot glasses, mugs and flasks that look incredibly similar to rusted vintage cans and containers. The designs are made in Photoshop and then printed on the ceramic using a decal printer.
Next time you sit down to watch some Game of Thrones reruns, raise a glass to the Mother of Dragons with these substantial stainless steel shot glasses. Each one features an embossed dragon motif, sculpted from durable resin with an iron-look pigment. Sold as a set of four.
BulletsIIBandages‘ anodized aluminum shot glasses are inspired by the spinning cylinder from a classic Colt revolver. They hold appx. 1.25 oz. of liquid, and come in a set of two. Custom engraving is also available for an extra $12, making them even better gifts.
These 1.5oz. shot glasses look like tiny Canon EF zoom lenses. Their threaded lid and keychain makes them perfect for carrying pills, jelly beans, and other small items. They’re made from food grade PVC with a stainless steel interior, and come in a set of three.
Let’s say three (only three) glowing things about this set of five Slinger mason jar shot glasses. Ready? Go: 1) they’re a practical addition to your barware collection 2) chicks dig the charm, complete with lids; and, 3) the price is beyond right. Enough said? Yup.