30 Weird and Creative Drinking Glasses

We use Drinking glasses, cups and mugs daily to hold our beverages. Whether you’re drinking Coffee, Tea, Alcohol, Juice or Plain Water, let’s face it drinking glasses are usually boring when it comes to creativity. But you don’t want to change them too much or else you’ll be left with a useless drinking glass which can’t hold any liquid.

In today’s collection we’ve found 30 Weird and Creative Drinking Glasses, Mugs and Cups. Some of these weird drinking glasses are very unique and interesting, you might like to try them yourself! Scroll down and see which Weird and Creative Drinking Glasses you’d have in your home.

My Mother is Left-Handed

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Left-handed drinking glass made from blown glass. (Designer: Sarah Tyson)

Panda Smile on Your Face Mug Set

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Finish your cup of tea and make the panda smile! (Designer:  Modcloth)

Slim Cup

30 Weird and Creative Drinking Glasses

Optical illusions for your daily cup of tea or coffee. (Designer: Sharona Merlin)

Dervish

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Spaceship-like cups and plates. Stable and easy to hold. (Designer: Zula Dervish)

Tilted Cup

30 Weird and Creative Drinking Glasses

Who says cups must obey the laws of gravity? (Via: Xu54)

Carat Cup

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Is that a sparkling diamond ring on her finger? No, that’s the handle of the cup! (Designer: Charles and Marie)

Water Carafe and Glass

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The apparent stack of plastic cups is actually a water carafe. The actual cup on the right can be stacked on top of the carafe when not in use to give an illusion of the plastic cups stack. (Designer: Fred and Friends)

Bombs Away

30 Weird and Creative Drinking Glasses

A conical craving within your typical shot glass. (Designer: Fred and Friends)

Glass Tank

A device consists of a bulb shaped container with the glass below. When the amount in the glass decreases, a constant amount is poured from the tank into the glass. Never overflowing from the glass because of air pressure and water pressure. (Designer: kyouei design)

O-Glass

Under normal circumstances a drinking glass with an extra hole in it is a messy proposition. Now you can use this magical hole to hold a napkin, pencil, spike etc. Plus, it creates an easy storing potential in bars. (Designer: Alvaro Lagos Vasquez)

Crowd Glasses

If any one of the people walking around the rim of this glass was paying attention and not chatting on their cell phone, they may realize that when this glass is being used they are all upside down. (link)

BOULES Tumblers

Striking aesthetics and elegant timelessness with a touch of playfulness. Each tactile glass is skilfully mouth blown and hand finished with delicate lenses, which give a surprising visual element. BOULES’ curved and heavy bottoms allow the tumblers to rock, while the lens guarantees a stable position at a playful angle. (Designer: Absolute Appetite)

This is [not]glass

“We’re glad that someone has finally caught on to our tendency to treat wine glasses like they’re soup ladles.” (Designer: Jeremy Brown)

Plastic Cup Wine Glass

It’s the perfect glass for wine lovers that like quality products, but don’t take themselves, or their wine hobby too seriously. (Designer: Maxim Velcovsky)

The Moist And Marry Glasses

The “Moist and Marry” drinking glasses are sure to spark conversation at any dinner table as guests peer at the image of a dog urinating on a fire hydrant imprinted on their glass. If dogs don’t do it for you, the little boy option is a nice touch. Just beware of serving beer in these glasses. (Designer: Donkey Products)

“EvOlverre” One Glass For Every Drink

This glass uses the same head and a different base for 4 main glass-specific types of drink: water, cognac, wine, and champagne. (Designer: Utopik Design)

Crinkled Glass

Made from recycled glass. (Designer: Rob Brandt)

Hopside Down

For those who like to glug their beer right from the bottle. (buy)

Butterfly And Spider Glass Set

The set of 3 glasses consists of a butterfly, spider and spider webprinted on each glass. When put on top of each other each are connected. (Designer: Propaganda)

Botanical Glass

Bombay Sapphire is pretty unique with a delicate botanical flavor. Of course the most luxe martini drink demands the same from accompanying glassware. Benjamin Hubert has designed a martini glass to reflect that aesthetic. Hand blown and shaped, this martini glass evokes the organic and botanical sensibility of Bombay Sapphire. (Designer: Benjamin Hubert)

Winestein

You like sipping wine, but sometimes you’re just more comfortable with a mug in your mitt. Well this double-walled do-it-all lets you have it both ways. Elegant wine stem on the inside, manly beer stein on the outside, it’s a glass for all reasons. So pour yourself a nice measure of vino, grab it with gusto, thoughtfully inhale the bouquet, then toss it back. (buy)

Champagne Flute

Double-walled glass keeps your champagne cold for much longer. (Designer: Alissia Melka-Teichroew)

H2Eau

You could call this carafe-and-glass combo an optical illusion, but that reminds us too much of something tacky from Blackstone the Magician. The French “trompe l’oeil” sounds SO much cooler. Okay, back to the carafe — it looks like a stack of disposable plastic cups, but there’s just one cup sitting on top, and it’s all hand-blown from crystal clear borosilicate glass. Perfect for bed stand, desk, anywhere you need to keep hydrated! (buy)

Cipher Drinking Glass

An empty glass resembles a meaningless colorful mosaic, until a liquid is poured into it, revealing its name. Each side of the glass is reserved for a specific drink. (Designer: Damjan Stankovic)

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Don’t Lose your head! (link)

Half Full

Is your glass half full or half empty? If you’re like most people, you’re never quite sure. But this clever 7-ounce glass reminds you that Half Full is where you’ll always find refreshment. (buy)

Mustache Glass

Get your stash on! Takes sipping on your favorite beverage to a whole new level. Great gift idea for young and old alike. (link)

Martini Glass

Just like #8 Champagne Flute, this Martini Glass is from the same InsideOut series by Alissia Melka-Teichroew. Made out of hand-blown borosilicate glass, it has the advantage of double-walled glass, which provides insulation, thus keeping your drink colder for longer. (Designer: Alissia Melka-Teichroew)

Denture Glass

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Swimmers Glasses

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