Drink and Be Scary with UncommonGreen’s Spooky Literature-Themed Glassware

dracula-literatureHalloween is one of the few times a year adults get to be kids again. Throw a spooktacular costume party and enjoy your favorite drink with UncommonGreen’s literary-themed rocks glasses showcasing the classic horror novels Dracula and Frankenstein.

Accentuate your Halloween-inspired cocktails with these thoughtfully designed glasses featuring the famous opening lines and first-edition cover artwork of these timeless books, including the signatures of their famous authors, Bram Stoker and Mary Shelley. Or, up the ante for the best costume contest by giving these chillingly beautiful pieces away as prizes or favors. Either way, your guests will appreciate the added touch to the festivities and find themselves constantly admiring the sophisticated homage to two of frankenstein-literatureliterature’s most well-known horror stories.

In addition to Dracula and Frankenstein, UncommonGreen’s Literature Glassware collection commemorates works from many of the greatest writers who ever lived, from James Joyce to Jane Austen. Perfect for the English majors in your life and those who simply love a good read, UncommonGreen’s Literature Glassware is unlike anything else out there in the novelty barware and gift market.

UncommonGreen is an established visionary leader in the barware industry and has completely transformed the conventional drinking glass into a brilliant experience that makes beverages more fun to prepare, serve, and drink.

UncommonGreen began in 2009, when designer Brian Johnson wanted to make everyday products that featured artistry paired with functionality, practicality, sustainability, and style. When his three college friends, Dave Reddy, Neil Angis, and Colin Woodworth came on board, they decided to focus their vision on great design that can make the world a better place to live. Creating exceptional goods with a conscience, the UncommonGreen uses materials and packaging from the US, and employs Earth-friendly practices to create their unique form of art.

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