Prohibition Kit

Distilling alcohol is illegal in most countries around the world. Home brewing has often been used in poorer countries as an alternative to buying expensive commercial alcohol - not to mention it is stronger. However this 'Prohibition Kit', designed by Francesco Morackini, was constructed to further push the limits of innocent products being labelled as 'illegal'. This fully functional home-distillery has been redesigned from copper, a metal that has been used for making stills for centuries. Though reminiscent of something you would find in Al Capone's kitchen, each of the components are items that can be found in almost any household and are fully functional on their own: A watering can, a fondue stove, a cooking pot and a fruit bowl. Once placed together this 'camouflage kit' forms your very own alcohol distiller. 

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