WOMH Launches New Kickstarter: Standard Spoon for Craft Cocktails

UPDATE: Kickstarter Project is now LIVE!  


With the beginning of 2014, Work of My Hands is doing something new.  We've been experimenting with product design and development as a creative way to use our design sensibilities and project management experience. This month we're launching a new brand of high-quality bar spoons!

"Bar spoons?" you may ask with a quizzical brow.  Yes, bar spoons.  Our love of craft industries directs itself toward art, clothing, home design, culinary prowess, and a healthy appreciation of the craft cocktail.  It just so happens that this time, the light bulb clicked on over the cocktail industry, and we've run with it.

Standard Spoon - A new brand of high quality bar spoons

This new bar tool initiative is called Standard Spoon, and the flagship product is a brand new design, never before made or seen or sold.  It spins effortlessly in a glass full of ice, and is the easiest way to stir a cocktail.  We've got lots of information about the new project at the new website (and blog): www.standardspoon.com


For those not familiar with the use or purpose (or existence) of bar spoons, check out this little video for a quick demo, and a bit of humor courtesy of Shawn Michael:



Kickstarter Preview & Launch Party

Shawn Michael and I have been working diligently to bring this new idea to a place where it's ready to be seen, used, and sold.  The time has come!  We'll be launching the Standard Spoon on Kickstarter on January 22nd.  For those of you reading this post, there are two ways for you to get a sneak peek at the spoons before we launch:

1) Visit our KICKSTARTER Preview page 

For more about the spoons, pricing, our funding goal, our story, and our progress toward final manufacturing, check out our Kickstarter Preview Page!

2) Come to the Kickstarter Launch Party!

Wednesday, January 22nd at our San Diego home. We'll be demonstrating the spoon in person, and serving up libations at the new bar Shawn Michael built last week. Go to the EVENTS page on the  for details.

[Re-blogged from www.workofmyhands.com. But c'mon, let's be real.  We're the same thing.]


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