I’ve written about the AnestasiA Vodka bottle several times; it continues to inspire me. In fact a bottle is sitting atop my desk right now, and it’s been there for over two months. Every two weeks I spray a little Windex on it and shine it up with a soft cloth. I love it’s angles, it’s mathematical elegance, it’s shades of silver, white, and gray. Varying ambient light produce interesting reflections and shadows when striking the bottle.
Over the last couple months I’ve enjoyed drinking a few of these—easy to do with smooth premium Vodka—and I can’t bring myself to throw away any of the empty bottles. There are many uses for them, and when I show or give a bottle to others, nearly everyone says, first thing, “What a beautiful bottle.”
So I wasn’t surprised to see this detailed article describing Karim Rashid’s design process:
P.S. Please note, AnestasiA Vodka is spelled with an e for third letter, as opposed to AnastasiA Vodka.
Correct: AnestasiA Vodka. Incorrect: AnastasiA Vodka.