NEW RELEASE – Sunrise Artwork on Premium Italian Glass Water Bottles By My Water Gallery

NEW RELEASE – Sunrise Artwork on Premium Italian Glass Water Bottles By My Water Gallery

My Water Gallery SUNRISE Water Bottle and Pint Glass

Surfing is an organic experience that allows you to ride the energy of a wave of water that has traveled thousands of miles.

I want to announce the release of our new Italian premium glass water bottles:

Years ago Maria and I gave up single use plastic water bottles.

We did it for our health and for the environment.

We figure we have saved thousands of plastic bottles from going into the landfills, just by banning them from our house, our cars and our lives.

That’s one of the reasons I was so stoked to do this collaboration with My Water Gallery.  Using glass bottles is better for us and the environment.

But they look elegant and beautiful, too; the most beautiful water bottles I’ve ever seen.  The photos do not do it justice; the label with the art has a 3D effect in the light.  It’s amazing.

I wanted my readers to be one of the first to know that you can now pre-order my water bottles, and when you do, you’ll get a free pint glass (shown in the photo above).

There are only 100 pint glasses though, so place your order quick

About the bottles:

They are premium Italian glass water bottles with my art hand-applied, with natural inks and dyes, in the U.S.

Made and distributed by My Water Gallery.

Three % of the sale of each item goes to my chosen charity, Waves for Water.

ABOUT SUNRISE SURF ART:

Surfing is an organic experience that allows you to ride the energy of a wave of water that has traveled thousands of miles.   It is the closest one can get to nature, being in synch with the rhythm of the ocean and experiencing the natural forces in all their glory.

My SUNRISE painting was inspired by a surf trip I took to South Africa.   One dark chilly morning, surfboard in hand, I watched as dawn broke in a sudden burst of light, illuminating the beach and instantly warming the world around him.  This painting is a reflection of what I saw.

This art piece was painted with the intention of showing the joy of surfing and nature, and to inspire others to have an adventure of their own.

ORDER YOUR OWN UNIQUE SUNRISE WATER BOTTLE AND GET A FREE PINT GLASS, HERE.


Thanks for allowing me to keep in touch.

Life is Good – Drew

Drew Brophy
Artist, illustrator, surfer
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3 Comments
  • David B.
    Posted at 13:26h, 18 January

    Wow, those are beautiful!

    My wife and I also gave up plastic bottles for glass and metal years ago. I work with clients in fancy boardrooms all the time and one of my frustrations is the prevalence of those wasteful plastic water bottles.

    In 2013, I went to London and worked with a law firm that used glass bottles and drinking glasses exclusively. They were refilled several times during the day. I loved it.

    I bet you could sell these to corporations and change things up here in the States!

  • Stacey
    Posted at 13:23h, 18 January

    Love the bottles/glass! No shipping to Canada tho ?

  • Daniel
    Posted at 13:21h, 18 January

    Drew, good job coming up with ways to get people to stop using/buying plastic water bottles. Personally…I’ve bought less than a handful of plastic water bottles in my lifetime. When I came home from the Gulf War I bought a 5 gallon water jug and have kept one in my Van/truck ever since. I could never get spending more money for one 12 oz plastic water bottle than what it cost to get 5 gallons of filtered water.

    I live in Encinitas and all these “green” people here have to be the most wasteful people I’ve met. I just cringe everytime someone opens their trunk and I see cases upon cases of plastic bottled water! It’s stupid!

    I’m doing my part…but I don’t know a single person that carries a 5 gallon camping jug of water in their car. It’s easy and way more affordable! And I never seem to run out of drinking water..so it saves time, money, and gas…I learned this in the Marine Corps during field opps and in combat…. Every yogi here buys plastic bottled water while tooting their own horn about the environment…yada yada…
    Anyway thank you for coming up with a idea that will appeal to some of the worst offenders of being wastful. It’s not enough…and more people need to come up with ideas to wean the lazy off these bottles. Same thing with plastic bags…probably will take n act of congress to “stop the insanity”…
    Thanks for making the effort!
    Semper Fi!

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