Loren Stump makes murrine – glass artwork made by layering different colors of molten glass and then stretching them into a rod. When the rod cools, the intended pattern will be seen in the rod’s cross section.
Designer Craighton Berman’s coffee maker embraces the ritual of slow-poured coffee making. Made from borosilicate glass and bamboo, this elegant sculptural appliance is the embodiment of modern minimalism.
The perfect way to serve us booze at Walking Dead or Halloween get-togethers, this glass decanter holds over a liter of your favorite spirits. Though you might want to fill it with some blood punch for maximum effect.
While you could do it with a proper bottle cutter, the Crazy Russian Hacker shows us how to slice a glass bottle in half the only way a crazy Russian hacker knows how – with acetone, a piece of string and a lighter.
Smarter Every Day talks about the Prince Rupert’s Drop. Made of molten glass that’s been dripped into cold water, its thick end is very durable, but the slightest of cracks on its tail end causes it to explode.
Your half-and-half will look way cooler served in Fred & Friends’ clear glass half-pint container. Just don’t use it for long-term storage – milk doesn’t keep as long in the light, especially left open.
People will be jealous of your coolness as you class up your Mountain Dew in the morning with this goofy and stylish peeing dog drinking glass, which conveniently provides an excellent refill reminder.
A colossal container made from bullet-proof glass, Macro Sea’s Glassphemy installation withstands serious blows as people throw bottles from a raised platform to rethink and revive the act of recycling.