These pints and tumblers are absolutely beautiful. North Drinkware is known for these premium hand-blown glasses which feature popular mountains in the base. They aren’t cheap ($48), but just consider it takes more than 15 steps over the course of two days to make just one glass. These are basically commercial-grade art. Each glass is hand blown in Portland, Oregon, using custom 3D molds with accurate USGS data of the mountains (dig all these photos of the process).
North Drinkware first launched on Kickstarter in 2015 with The Oregon Pint of Mt. Hood. The project surpassed its goal of $15,000 in five plus hours, and the campaign closed at 3,543 percent funded by 5,620 backers totaling $531,581. North Drinkware was even selected as a Kickstarter staff pick and was featured in dozens of local, national and international venues from The New York Times to Outside Magazine. Today, North Drinkware features glasses and mountains from a variety of states and countries. Explore current collections which include peaks from Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, California, Vermont, New Hampshire and Japan. The company’s also getting into new products, ranging from blankets to new glass collabs.
To help (um) pique your interest, enjoy these photos of North Drinkware’s extremely cool pints and tumblers.