A few design links: curvilinear copper bird feeder, spiny vodka, and type hunting

This gorgeous copper birdfeeder, which is hands-down the most elegant bird feeder I’ve ever seen, was designed “by a Swiss-trained metal craftsman. Together with his wife, he developed the piece‚Äôs unique curvilinear form by using cardboard paper.” (seen at Better Living Through Design and NOTCOT.)

From the always surprising and delightful blog She Walks Softly, here is a vodka bottle containing a 3D spine, so you can appear to be drinking preserved specimens from a medical museum. (Euw.) Tragically, spine specimen vodka is only a design concept right now – but there’s always Kickstarter, right?

And I love gazing at the simple vintage logos at Type Hunting.

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