(acasso) is a team of multidisciplinary designers and engineers with a profound sense of craftsmanship. Located in Seoul, South Korea.
According to (acasso) team: “We started this project with a simple idea. What if a subtle mark on a teacup guides you to where to put the teabag string? Of course, this isn’t a big deal, but it sounded interesting enough to put a little smile on our faces. So, here it is.” Continue reading »
Japanese brand Ocean Tea Bag (previously) has tried a new approach to packaging its tealeaves with a series of animal-shaped sachets. The collection features sea creatures including giant squids, sea turtles, and an anglerfish, as well as other mammals like a panda, squirrel and a fox. Continue reading »
This Japanese-made octopus tea bag is filled with Keemun tea, and the double-bagged squid version is a black Pu’er tea inspired by squid ink. Don’t worry, it has a sweet persimmon flavor. Continue reading »
Unless you’ve experienced some horrible beverage-related trauma, it’s unlikely that you find much about green tea to be terrifying. Japanese Twitter user and 3DCG practitioner gigigi gagaga (@toikoh9114) might have you thinking differently, however. @toikoh9114 took advantage of of the turbidity found in a glass of green tea to create a spooky scene of alien horror that might fit in most H. P. Lovecraft universes. Continue reading »