I guess I’m a little late for Halloween, but this is absolutely incredible…
Who has an idea for a good bottle cap flag? I’m trying to pick my next project and have been browsing Wikipedia…
Untappd is definitely my favorite beer drinking app, but somehow I always get to drinking first and never remember to post.
Share your reviews and photos of your favorite beers with your friends. You can also discover new beers and bars wherever you are.
Biggest mosaic table that I’ve made yet that doesn’t repeat the same bottle cap twice. Play “Where’s Waldo” with your favorite beers.
Check it out on Etsy.
Here’s a TV-tray-style folding table featuring more than one hundred hand-flattened bottle caps from all over the world (with my favorite Colorado brews featured prominently as always). I never used the same cap twice so it’s definitely fun to play “Where’s Waldo” with your favorite beer.
Table was purchased at a garage sale and is made from some kind of light-weight. Upper and lower table top surfaces are made from particle board (I think) with a black finish. Table is sealed with Pour-On brand epoxy/resin to protect from dust and dirt.
Height: 26.5” (ground to top of table surface)
Weight: 4 lbs.
Table Top Surface: 19.25” x 14.5” x 1”
Folded/Closed: 29” x 2” x 2”
Number of Bottle Caps: Over 150
Bottle Cap Color: Varies
Materials: Beer bottle caps, non-toxic water-based glue, table (wood, metal screws and slider fitting for folding), Pour-On epoxy resin sealant
Double-decker bottle cap table featuring a couple hundred hand-flattened caps from all over the world (with my favorite Colorado brews being featured prominently as always).
The folks from Toasted Head Wine shot a short video of me in October as part of their World of Winecraft campaign, which celebrates artisans and craftspeople who are just as passionate about what they do as the people who handcraft Toasted Head’s barrel-aged wines.
I got to drink some tasty wine and show off some of my favorite bottle caps, both of which are always fun. You can check out the video on YouTube and vote for The Art of Drinking Beer on their Facebook app.
The most amazing bottle cap artwork I’ve ever seen is courtesy of Molly B. Right, an artist based in Charleston, SC. I’m sure most of you have seen at least one of her iconic portraits on the Internet by now, but it’s worth checking out her full portfolio, which includes everyone from Jesus to Abe Lincoln to Wonder Woman. I just wish it was easier to see the extraordinary detail and craftsmanship that goes into each portrait. Absolutely incredible.
Some shots of the workshop.