Bulleit continues its 3D Printed Frontier Experience with art bottle exhibition
Bulleit Frontier Whiskey has looked to 3D printing and art to promote its brand over the last few years, and the artistic way in which it uses the modern technique is now going in its bottles.
Bulleit Art Bottles / Tom Clark / Bulleit Frontier Whiskey
As part of the latest Bulleit Frontier Works project – the Bulleit 3D Printed Frontier Experience – the brand is collaborating with Miami-based artists Elidea and Jason Skeldon to create a limited-edition ‘Bulleit Art in a Bottle’ collection, a modern take on the classic ship-in-a-bottle. The limited-edition collection is slated to debut today (4 December) at the opening of the Miami Art Week showcases.
The art collection will be unveiled alongside the previously-debuted Bulleit 3D Printed Bar and some of the world’s first 3D printed cocktails by robotics partners at Print-A-Drink.
Bulleit created the art collection, which includes 12 original works of Bulleit Art in a Bottle and two complementary four-foot-by-five-foot hand-painted murals, in collaboration with Skeldon and Elidea. The collection is available for sale starting 5 December on SaatchiArt.com
As Bulleit continue to take the 3D Printed Frontier Experience on tour, the brand is exploring the culture that exists around the bar – from fashion to food to art and beyond. The art collection comes shortly after the brand unveiled its Bulleit 3D Printed Sneakers that the brand launched in collaboration with Dallas-based artist Kyle Steed and 3D printing experts at Tangible Creative. Other ventures have included a tattoo billboard, a neon billboard and Bulleit Bottle Impressions.
See the work by clicking on the Creative Works box below.