Paintings on glass bottles by Meghan Paterson. Vancouver.
These are beautiful, made my day – ty.
Just wonderful! It’s a great idea!
Where do I purchase some? She’s fantastic.
toss her an email – its on her website under “contact”
Aww, I want one, these are so lovely.
I want one too!
I have the last one on my window sill. They are even better in person.
Meghan’s one of my favourite painter’s in Vancouver. She’s amazing…
So amazing and beautiful!
😐 Holy shit!
these are so cool
Love these so much.
Much nicer than “MISSING” on a milk carton… Great up-use/upcycling with the bottles. Beautiful.
It’d be great to see a series of these portraits on bottles that reference personality types, beverage of preference or something- Snoop Dogg on a big old 40oz. OE bottle, or Lee Maracle on a jar of… Miracle Whip.
I really like the idea of putting these into use as part of everyday life, making a little piece of everyday art.
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i love ’em.
Thanks to everyone for the kind words. And thanks Booooooom.
I hadn’t updated my email on the website- if anyone was trying to get in touch.
It is : firstname.lastname@example.org
these remind me of an old 80s animation i remember seeing as a kid on sesame street or the like… cant put my finger on it. ill be tortured till i find it 🙂 thank so much for sharing! these are awesome.
I find these very curious and kind of creepy. It makes me think their souls are being trapped inside the bottles fixed in the state of mind that they had when they were painted. I think the way they were painted shows their personalities. So maybe if you wanted to you could make your own personality by mixing a drink by pouring a little bit of from some of the bottles of these people and drink it. I like these. They’re interesting. Makes my imagination go wild.
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i love this!!
wooow! very good idea!
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