December 12, 2018 / By Michael Guzzo
Client partner Bulleit is pushing boundaries with its latest Frontier Works project – the 3D Printed Frontier – and the Taylor team was on-site in Oakland, CA to support the launch. Through Frontier Works, Bulleit aims to celebrate and honor those who push boundaries on the modern cultural frontier. Bulleit did just that by working with award-winning architecture and design practice FAR frohn&rojas and fabricator Machine Histories who helped create a 3D-printed bar and immersive cocktail experience.
The bar, inspired by the Bulleit bottle label and award-winning liquid, is the centerpiece of the Bulleit 3D Printed Frontier – a series of private, invite-only events held at the historic Sixteenth Street Station in Oakland. These events included performances from renowned soul musician Meklit Hadero and resident DJs Club Chai, 3D printed cocktails, chocolates, and other treats all in the foreground of the first-ever Bulleit 3D-printed bar. Actor and artist Aldis Hodge joined the party to help welcome the brand’s Instagram audience to the event, in addition to taking exclusive photos (see below).
The 3D Printed Frontier will stop in Austin, TX next and will eventually find a permanent home in the new Visitor’s Center at The Bulleit Distilling Company in Shelbyville, KY in 2019.