Smile Cup: A great way to start your day is with a smile; or another interesting way is you can have a cup of coffee in the 'Smile Cup'. And they look sweet too. What more can one ask for having a great start, than a smile!
Origami Coffee Cup: Origami coffee set is created by designer Zwierzynski from Poland. "Coffee cup and small jug for milk has been shaped in opposite to regular well known coffee sets."
Sugar Cup: Creation of designer Anna Bullus, these cups are made from 100% sugar.
Drop Cup: Coffee cup inspired by water drop by Apostol Tnokovski.
In Between Cup: Drinking, cooking, eating, using the same cup.
Mannheim Cup: "Mannheim is a coffee cup whose handle has been inspired by the perfection of the welding you would usually see in Germany."
Ergonomic Coffee Cup : This coffee cup is designed with a slightly curved thin wall at the top to conform to your lips.
The Ultimate Coffee Cup: It has an attractive shape and is interesting from any angle. One can hold the handle and body in many ways, and is more comfortable than the traditional cups.
To Go Cup: "Different ways to drink coffee. The hypothetically saucer become the cap of the cup."
Mummymug: This cup minimizes the risk of spilling hot beverages ensuring better safety for children.
C2C-Coffee Cup: These are made at the café from used coffee grounds mixed with paperpulp and a resin.
Stefan Lindfors's Cup: An interesting design by designer Stefan Lindfors.
Camera Zoom Lens Cup: A brilliant concept design, though not a real cup.
The Glass Is Now Half Empty - Cup:
Cadarache Cup: This unique cup set design imitates the shape of a power plant
3 Cups in One: : It's comfortable in the hand and amusing to the eye.
Cortado Cup: 2/3 coffee + 1/3 milk coffee cup design by Pilotto Ignacio.
Dunk Cup: So what's special about this one? It features a special compartment in which you can store cookies.
Link Cups: With this one you won't be needing the tray: cups that link together. These cups have an elegantly formed hook on the side of each cup that can be placed neatly into the next, forming a self supporting row of up to 6 cups.
Crinkle Cup: These are designed to look like a used plastic coffee cup, the Crinkle Cup is actually made out of ceramic.
Tea Bags Cup: With this one the one can tidily put the bag under the cup.
Me Cup: These are designed to keep your liquids hot and your fingers cool.
Cristobal Karich's Cup: An interesting outlook of the designer presented in the unique shaped cup which is to remind that getting up is hard, you need strong coffee and a good……………
My Cuppa Cup: With this one you can mix your drink to the perfect consistency, based on the color-coded guide inside.
Drink Selector Cup : If you are tired of telling people how you like your tea or coffee, then this is for you: just twist rings to reveal your choice of drink and your milk and sugar preferences.
Helvetica Coffee Cup: "Holds 15 ounces of your favorite beverage but, like the typeface that adorns it."
Orbit Cup: An innovate design concept by astronaut Pettit for use of liquids in space. Instead of using a straw to drink morning coffee inside a heated aluminum bag, this cup could be used once the idea is turned into a real product.
Veil Coffee Cup: Veil coffee set is creation of Hugo Danti.
Coffee Bean Cup: This cup is decorated with coffee beans.
Ti cup: "This designer cup and saucer pair puts a stylish spin on coffee and tea with its interesting and unconventional forms"
Moustache Cup : Designed by Bruegger, these are available in six different iconic moustache styles.
Tea Bags Cup: This is designed on a 14oz, 4" natural white porcelain cup.
Guitar Cup: Its for those who can't be separated from music.
Stirring Tea Glass: Creation of two young French designers, it has a ceramic ball at the bottom that moves around and mixes the tea as one lifts the cup or swirl it gently.
Two Handles Coffee Cup: "You know how coffee cups have only had one handle for the past 2000 years and no one ever had a problem with it, ever, because one handle is perfectly fine for anyone who isn't a big baby?"
It's Not A Paper Cup: This one looks like paper cup but isn't, it's a porcelain cup.
Math Cup: If you are among those who can't live without math and hot liquid, this is for you.
Zipper Cup: "The zipper cup does not function like an actual zipper, the zipper design is incorporated into another commonly used household product such as a cup."
Tea or Coffee Cup: An interesting way to let everyone know how you take tea or coffee with this brilliant cup.
Teeth Cup: Each of these cups are individually hand made by skilled ceramic artists to ensure that every set of teeth is straight and clean with the brightest smile.
Self-Stirring Cup: This one got a propeller at the bottom of the well that spins at 3,000 rpm at the touch of a button on the handle.
Plug Cup: It's a cup with a hole, just keep the plug with you and its completely useless to others.
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Porsche Taxi: For the times when you are late to catch the plane.
Lamborghini Taxi: If you need to get across the town really fast, then this is for you; a Lamborghini Murcielago with a 6.5-liter engine, 633 bhp so you can go from 0 to 60 mph in 3.4 seconds. This yellow Lamborghini Murcielago taxi was seen in front of Fairmont Palliser Hotel in Calgary, Canada.
Maybach Taxi: This cool luxury Maybach taxi was seen in Moscow, Russia.
Hummer Taxi: This yellow Hummer taxi was seen in Houston, Texas.
Bentley Taxi: Travel in Style.
Porsche Cayenne Taxi: Porsche Cayenne taxi seen in Moscow, Russia.
Chevrolet Corvette Taxi: As a matter of fact this Corvette Z06 isn't a taxicab at all, though it would have been great if it was. This was created for participating in the 10th Annual Gumball 3000 Rally. Gumball 3000 participants are known for redoing exterior graphics on some of the world's top super cars.
Ferrari 575M Taxi: This two-seat, two-door, grand tourer built by Ferrari was seen in Kerala, India. If you need to get across the town really fast then this is for you, its can go 0 to 62 mph in 4.2 seconds.
Crown Victoria Taxi: This car from the Rides journal has been made to look out as a high-riser with spinners to celebrate the Crown Victoria, the most common model of taxi cars.
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