The glasses in your kitchen say a lot about you: beer-labeled pints mean you were in a frat, plastic means you're clumsy, and Waterford crystal goblets mean your grandmother just died, and couldn't tell you apart from your sister. Damn the name Courtney!!! For glassware that says something else entirely, check Zephyr's Art
This collection of whimsically-arted barware features a mess of pint/wine/shot/other glasses individually etched by a PDX artist (whose murals deck Queen Anne's El Diablo Coffee Company) with the help of her husband, a (seriously) world class comedic juggler named Charlie Brown, so clearly he's a good sport. Individual designs come on a range of glasses, and start with at least two dozen DÃa de los Muertos-inspired pieces including a skeleton mother and child who "gaze into each others eye sockets with a special bond of love"; the flaming Erotic Devil Girl featuring a horned/tailed nude pinup; and one with a skeleton couple along with their dead dog and cat, who must be on 8 other glasses somewhere. Other themed collections range from high fantasy (a spiky-tailed Celtic dragon), to Hawaii (the Tiki-headed Aku Aku), to aliens (the space-monster'd up Crazy Outer Space Life); plus there're randomly inspired individual pieces like a Texas Hold 'em number arted with a flush, though that could just be from the alcohol
ZA's also got not-glasses in the form of a 6" recycled glass soap dispenser depicting an octopus-dominated seascape, and a 16oz recycled El Diablito flask that boasts a trident-wielding devil and an admonition to "heat it up", though if you need your flask to tell you that, it's easy to see why grandma thought you were a chick. Plus, the whole Courtney thing.