Drink Your Sins, My Children

In a stroke of pure demented genius Kacper Hamilton has created a set of cups inspired by the Seven Deadly Sins.

These red wine glasses are based on the 7 deadly sins. Each glass encapsulates a sin, which is revealed through the ritual of drinking. The ‘7 Deadly Glasses’ are about celebrating passion and encouraging the user to be sinful in a theatrical fashion.

From their English laboratories straight to your chateau, these delightfully hedonistic goblets are made to order. Browse the entire set, below.

Too much is not enough for you, sir! You’ll gulp and slurp like a filthy pig while attempting to suck out the very last drops from the cup of Greed.

You enemies will truly feel your Wrath as you jab their jugular with this perilous object, then drink their sweet blood while they fight for a final breath.

Pride and Gluttony alike are fairly straight-forward – an obelisk and a bucket, just like back on the farm.

The cup of Envy is always half-empty, deflated and sad.

Are you a despicable flesh-lump? Too lazy to lift a glass to your crusty maw, perhaps? Then this cup of Sloth is for you! A slow I.V. drip is sure to make your idlest dreams come true as you sit back and get pickled proper.

And, finally, a cup for the most horrible of all sins – Lust. Without question my favorite of these, it forces the drinker’s tongue to navigate a glass ball before hungry lapping can commence. Aww yeahh.

Thanks, Andrew Yoon via Notcot

8 Responses to “Drink Your Sins, My Children”

  1. Tequila Says:

    Oh now these are just plain brilliant … and quite the way to liven up dinner parties, romantic affairs, or the next family thanksgiving. Somehow I think our puritanical early settlers would get a kick out of them…then call each other witches and burn/drown one another.

  2. Alice Says:

    Ahh yes, I can see it now! Invite your friends over for a dinner party where the beverages are served from these, and you have a quick test of true friendship!–the ones who stop talking to you afterward were probably not worth the time to begin with.

  3. Jami Says:

    I love these.

  4. David Forbes Says:

    Must. Have. (there’s that greed for ya)

    Actually, just Lust, Pride and Wrath would be fine. Those are my three favorites (sins and cups) anyway.

  5. Twosixteen Says:

    Wow… thanks for posting this! I’ve a friend that would so totally lose himself in these (he hosts a fantastic 7 Deadly dinner party).

  6. Eev Says:

    I enjoy the little gluttony-and-sloth fellow…
    Very clever, how the form follows the function– my interpretation of the Wrath one was that it pokes you when you drink it, and that makes you pissed off. Also, Pride goeth before the fall, and that obelisk looks ready to spill itself all over one who actually tries to drink out of it.
    As tired as I am of the 7 Deadly Sins motif (when will someone do something with a cheeky interpretation of the 7 Cardinal Virtues?), these made my day.

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  8. lucylle Says:

    Damn, I want a whole set of “wrath” glasses….