Design for beer bottle legos, the "ultimate hybrid of everyone's favorite childhood and adult passtimes [sic]", and beer bottle wall made from stacking beer bottle legos. Featured on p.  left is image of beer bottle, in center a "+" sign, and on right a lego. Featured on p.  is an "=" sign on left and a beer bottle wall. Included also is an introduction explaining that "the common glass bottle could forgo re-cycling and readily up-cycle into new incarnations, from building to decorative materials".
Tim Dubitsky collaborated with gaffers Chris Rochelle and Dane Jack August 14-15, 2012 during his time at GlassLab at The Corning Museum of Glass; these design drawings were not turned into glass or the glass was not kept.
This is Dubitsky's third time at GlassLab.
Dubitsky works at Artesea in Hawi, Hawaii. His awards include the New York University Award for Excellence in the Visual Arts in 2000, and the 2002 Visual Harlem Grant from the Jacob Lawrence Foundation.
GlassLab provides an opportunity for designers and glassmakers to collaborate by using hot glass as a catalyst for innovation.
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