Sam Bompas and Harry Parr are Bompas & Parr, based in London. One of their latest projects is "Alcoholic Architecture." Participants walked into a thick fog of gin and tonic. Sam and Harry worked with doctors and engineers to measure the exact amount of cocktail that would be absorbed. Viewers left the exhibit feeling as though they drank an actual gin and tonic.
Bompas and Parr also make fine English jellies, called Jello in the U.S. The jellies are molded into scaled architectural structures.
Music Break: The Interlude (Drinking Music) by Charlie Haden