Hey geeks, now you can drink to science with this unique Periodic Tableware. The perfect blend of chemistry and cocktails, this new line of cocktail glasses and will bring out the mad scientist in you.
Periodic Tableware is the brainchild of Marshall Jamshidi, a Connecticut-based biomedical engineer and industrial designer. It sure seems Jamshidi has put all those years in the science lab to good use.
His innovative set uses beakers as wine glasses, a decanter made from an a Erlenmeyer flask and and so forth. It's the most refreshing food design we've seen in a while.
We hope you channel your inner Sheldon and make your friends jealous when you purchase your very own Periodic Tableware.
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