Drink Me

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Object Name: 
Beer Glass
Drink Me
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
2002.3.30 B
Overall H: 7.9 cm, W: 8.8 cm
Not on Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Brandler Galleries
Web Description: 
The enameled hands spell “Drink Me” in British Sign Language. Douglas Gordon is internationally known for his photographs and videos.
Brandler, John, Source
douglas gordon
enameled decal Approx. 2 in. below rim of glass Enameled decal of black ground with 7 sets of hands/ "douglas gordon"
see images for details
Label - box
Markings on all sides of box - see images for details
REG. / [image] / TM. / BECK'S
Approx. 2 in. below rim of glass "REG." then an image of a red shield with a key in the center "TM."/ BECK'S. BECK'S in large white letters
Primary Description: 
Colorless glass; machine-made, enameled decal; green, red and white cardboard box. Pilsner-shape glass with a design consisting of black ground with 7 pairs of hands spelling out words in sign language.