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Revolution Liqueur Glass, Prototype

A work made of glass.

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Date:

2001

Artist:

Felicia Ferrone
American, born 1972

About this artwork

The Revolution Wine and Water Glasses and Revolution Liqueur Glasses, designed by Chicago-based architect and designer Felicia Ferrone and made in Italy, change from half-empty to half-full depending on the mood of the user. These glasses are mouth blown and combine two different glasses into one stunningly simple piece. When in use, the liquid in the glass appears to float above the surface. The glasses are designed to illustrate the reciprocal relationship between water and wine when the two are placed side by side.

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Architecture and Design

Artist

Felicia Ferrone (Designer)

Title

Revolution Liqueur Glass, Prototype

Origin

United States

Date

2001

Medium

Glass

Dimensions

10 × 4 cm (3 15/16 × 1 9/16 in.)

Credit Line

Gift of Felicia Ferrone

Reference Number

2009.23

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