What do martinis and spray paint have in common? They need to be shaken, not stirred. The Graffiti Cocktail Shaker lets you shake up martinis good enough for 007, or bad enough for graffiti artists.
Inspired by the Krylon spray paint cans we all know, the cocktail shaker looks almost exactly like a paint can when its red lid is on. When ice and concoctions are added to the can, the shaker will make sounds like a can of spray paint ready to paint the town.
Shake it up at your next party with Philadelphia University/Kikkerland Design collaboration project winner William Kellogg’s spray paint can cocktail shaker. Comes with an easy to peel label full of drink recipes. The stainless steel shaker has a red cap, jigger top and built in strainer. Strainer top tightly secures onto the shaker to prevent leaks and drips. Holds 14-ounces.
Of course, the contents inside a spray paint can and cocktail shaker are both extremely flammable. Don’t expect to find any warnings on the shaker label, though; only recipes on how to make killer cocktails.
The Graffiti Cocktail Shaker is now $19.99, reduced from $30, at Fred Flare. It’s also available at Amazon from $10.
If you’re after the Nobel Prize in cocktail making, the Cocktail Chemistry Set might be up your alley.
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