Skull Pint Glass

by jep 13 June 2014

bastard Skull Pint glass

We are very proud to present one of the most expected products for the summer: the bastard Skull Pint Glass. A Nonic/English pint beer glass, sandblasted by hand in Brixlegg, Tyrol – Austria.

During a summer tour in Tyrol, we met a good glassware company. The company is located near The Cradle skate park in Brixlegg, one of the top parks in Europe, where the movement of the tricks meets the cold beer breeze. Beer after beer we thought why not produce our own bastard customized beer glass.

Proudly Brewed by Those Lazy Italians.

Skull pint glass

We chose the English pint (also called Nonic pint) among other glasses. We chose this pint because of its improved grip and as we also know that the grip is the most important value when stability decreases, just as skateboarding teaches us everyday.

• O.G. bastard skull and logo sandblasted
• cardboard gift box
• tempered glass shock and thermal resistant
• dishwasher safe
• capacity 58,5 cl
• diameter 89 mm – height 153 mm

Skull pint glass - skull logo engravedSkull pint glass - solid logo engraved

Beer to the People!

by jep 13 June 2014


Our polyedric friend Fritz Conti of Glu Glu Club, beside having put together a great beer with BSA, is the designer of the Clash shirt for bastard. If you meet him around ask for his card with ORAZIONE a Sant’Andrea!

Fridge-van Spaghetto

by jep 13 June 2014

Gianluca Mariani and Carletto Lalumera, two long time skaters from Milano, today discovered to the people at the local Parco Lambro Skatepark, their fridge-van Spaghetto that you can see in the pics below.

Frigo-van Spaghetto

Frigo-van Spaghetto

  • useful – keeps cool many beers
  • beautiful – the design speaks for itself
  • transportable – with balanced wheels it can ride on the worst terrains and you can take it with you everywhere
  • ecologic – instead of trashing an old fridge and a cradle you can reuse them cleverly. Loaded with ice blocks it keeps the temperature for the whole day.
  • economic – go visiting your attic and maybe you’ll find all the materials to build your own version

If this is their contribution to the upcoming design week in Milano… Design Award ad honorem!