Appreciate Water

Many of us take water for granted. It’s difficult to appreciate something when in its purest form has no color, odor, or shape. Designer Hyun Ko promotes awareness and the significance of water by giving us a sweet juicy drink called Blooming Water. When your straw pierces a thin barrier holding the colored juice concentrate, it spills into the water forming clouds of color. For a brief moment, what looks still is actually always moving. Appreciate it.

Designer: Hyun-a Ko

16 Comments

  • Brian says:

    You get the same effect when you add coffee and milk together without mixing. It’s called Brownian motion.

  • kilian says:

    i’m not sure if that is exactly what i want in my water…?

    • enoo says:

      Same here…

      And I don’t understand how it will increase the “water awarness” (or whatever it’s called) ??

  • iSH says:

    I think its cool, not truly innovative or new but cool. It could be the new fad of drinks like Milk Tea is in asian communities or starbucks is..like..around the world. Small Colorful ‘Artsy’ Drinks.

    • Collin says:

      i feel its just unnecessary packaging for water… lets eliminate waste and have a purpose for innovation other that coolness..

      if it tested the water, for outdoors maybe, that could at least put a purpose to it beyond sweet effects for a beverage

  • So says:

    Hmm new drink or new product?

  • Chris Burns says:

    ghost water

  • monster li says:

    I want to use it,a new product.

  • Ekove says:

    yeah, the best way to appreciate water is to mix it with some color liquid that’ll end up over powering it. Genius…

  • Nugmonkey says:

    "… promotes awareness and the significance of water…"
    I don't think anyone needs to be made aware of the existence of water.

  • Nugmonkey says:

    “… promotes awareness and the significance of water…”
    I don't think anyone needs to be made aware of the existence of water.

  • Jimmy C says:

    @Nugmonkey: No, I suppose not. What of it?

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