UK: Inhale a Hendrick's gin and tonic

15 April, 2009

UK: Hendrick’s gin is part of a breathable cocktail experience in London.

UK: Hendrick’s gin is part of a breathable cocktail experience in London.

The experience has been created by jelly-moulders Bompas and Parr and they describe their ‘Alcoholic Architecture’ as a “walk-in cloud of breathable cocktail.”

Visitors can step inside a cocktail with gin and tonic mist, giant limes, and massive straws.

The exhibition uses the same technology as Anthony Gormley’s Blind Light at the Hayward Gallery.

It costs £5 and runs from 16-18 and 23-25 April at 2 Ganton street, London.

 





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