September 12th, 2011

NOW (#2 mirror) by Doug Aitken.


July 14th, 2010

These are actually just a few photos of an analog monitor covered with glass beads. But it looks awesome. It’s actually part of an art edition mobile phone called PixCell via PRISMOID, designed by Kohei Nawa. The description of the project sounds a little weird, but the result is great.

Hirsutio Vases

June 22nd, 2010

Hirsutio Vases by Giles Miller. Quite interesting shapes made of brass, aluminium and glass.

found at It’s Nice That

Ventricle Vessel

May 6th, 2010

“Ventricle Vessel” is a heart shaped, glass vase, designed by Eva Milinkovic.


April 21st, 2010

Alphablast is a series of decorated drinking glasses designed by Marco Dessí. He used orange nets as a template to sandblast their pattern onto fine Lobmeyr mouthblown glass. A very simple idea with a nice outcome. Each glass is unique.

found at dezeen

Cinderella’s Chair

February 16th, 2010

“Cinderella’s Chair” by Anna Ter Haar is a collection of chairs with prostheses made of glass. Each prothesis was blown onto the chair to make fit perfectly. Glass however, is a very fragile material but the legs of glass are strong enough to carry weight.


January 11th, 2010

Tidelight, designed by Pierre Favresse for Petite Friture.

found at dezeen


October 10th, 2009

Vitrine by Niek Audenaerd.

Vitrine by Niek Audenaerd

found at trendbeheer

Glass Pyrograph

September 29th, 2009

Etsuko Ichikawa makes drawings by imprinting hot glass on paper. They’re called glass pyrographs.

Glass Pyrograph by Etsuko Ichikawa

Glass Pyrograph by Etsuko IchikawaGlass Pyrograph by Etsuko Ichikawa

Broken Self Sculpture

September 21st, 2009

You can go and try the “Broken Self Sculpture” by Rafaël Rozendaal at the AFK Sculpture Park in Berlin till September 26th. It’s based on his Broken Self .com piece.

Broken Self Sculpture by Rafaël Rozendaal

Broken Self Sculpture by Rafaël Rozendaal