Cigar Glass – Coolest Whiskey Glass Ever

Whiskey Wedge by Corkcicle was created two years ago by designer Ryan Bricker and reached inside the mind of every whiskey drinker and stole their thoughts. The glass is a double old-fashioned size glass with a gorgeous shape comprised of freeze strength glass. How it works is very simple – you add water into the glass, insert the mold, then freeze. The ice forms an elegant wedge which compliments the glass in a unique manner and, similar to a glacier, melts slowly due to the reduced amount of surface area.

Hyper Realistic Ocean Wave Vases

Marsha Blaker and Paul DeSomma, two glass artists at Kela’s, a glass art gallery in Kauai, Hawaii, have a unique talent for capturing the power and motion of the sea. It is only at a closer glance that these stunning ocean wave vases can be distinguished from the real thing. They created a myriad of other beautiful glass art inspired by the sea, so be sure to take a look!

Beautiful Glass Sculptures by Ben Young

Ben Young is a self-taught sculpture artist with over 10 years experience, based in Sydney, Australia. Being passionate about sculpting with glass for so long, Ben’s work is completely by hand, sheet after sheet of cautiously cut pieces of glass. “I work with 2D shapes and have to figure out how to translate that into a 3D finished product. Sometimes my start point changes dramatically as shapes can be limited – I can’t create any internal right angles – so I have to find a way to layer the glass to create certain shapes.”

Glass Blown Cabinets for Precious Objects

Studio Thier-Vandaalen have challenged two ancient handcrafts; free glassblowing and fine woodworking in their latest project “Round Square”. Presented during Milan design week 2014, the series of objects evoke soap bubbles floating in the air, translated into a collection of storage units designed to showcase precious objects. “Wet wood is commonly used as a mould in free hand glassblowing, but never as a definitive part of the end object,” explain Thier and Vandaalen. “We saw this as a beautiful element to use in process and for the final production piece.” The collection was produced with “Van Tetterode Glas Studio” together with Marc Barreda, exhibiting as part of team up at Ventura Lambrate.

Collection of Modern and Elegant Glass Tables

When we want to add some modern notes to our interior we pay our attention to furniture items made not from wood. It could be steel, acrylic or glass. And after a purchase we’re really surprised how this table or chair transforms the interior. If you’re in the middle of the way and in throes of selecting a new object for your interior – then we’re here to help you. In the following collection we’ve gathered some really interesting examples of glass tables, both coffee tables and dinner tables. All table listed in this post were selected by the material they are made from – glass – and by the fact that all of them are available for purchase. We were attracted with their elegant and unusual design and hope you’ll appreciate our efforts and find the proper glass table. Good luck!

Finger-In Glass

A unique concept created by Taiwan industrial designer Fanson Meng allows you to firmly hold your favorite drink. A concept which redefines the shape and meaning of two usual glasses, modeling five small cavities specifically designed to host the fingers of the hand, as if the glass was grab by an invisible man. “Finger-In cup is a medium for fingers to “hold” liquids inside before drinking it. Differ from regular cups, it forms the fingers in the glass like an invisible man in a holding position. The redesigned cup defined a new meaning of the type of an usual container.” Take a look!

Liquid Glass by Jean Bérard Fotografía

These stunning images were created by Mexican photography studio Jean Bérard Fotografía (JFB). They have developed a series of images which capture the chaos and unpredictability of liquids. “Instead of water being contained within a vessel “liquid glass” depicts it splashing about the exterior of six different containers in a strategic and methodical way, resolved using only photography techniques.” Enjoy!

Pipe Glass by Sebastian Bergne

It seems like pipe inspires designers for creation different objects for everyday usage. Do you remember Pipe Chair that we’ve shown you some time ago? This time we want to show you Pipe Glass designed by London-based Sebastian Bergne. This drinking vessel is an experimental piece that challenges the typology of a glass, while capturing the spirit of an old habit. Have fun!

Wine Glasses “Calici Caratteriali”

With following creative collection you will forget about ordinary wine glasses. “Calici Caratteriali” is a series of experimental wine glasses that Italian design studio Gumdesign created for the Abitami show during the Macef home show in Milan this month. In this collection you will find wine glass that you would like to try for sure! Take a look!

Creative “Slice Glass” by Vasiliy Butentko

This simple but at the same time creative glass called “Slice Glass” is one of the latest projects of designer from Ukraine Vasiliy Butentko. “The concept that combines the simplicity of form and dynamics of a certain “falling body” created by the cutting plane. When filling a liquid form starts to”play” for the unusual distribution of content, unusual for everyday look. The same concept is inherent functionality: a hollow shape with two sides, which allows its use as a standard position and the upside.”

One Glass for Every Drink

Modern life become more and more multipurpose. But I bet you didn’t even think that such multipurpose can touch such item as glass. Sven MILCENT and Utopik Design Lab have invented cup that can be used for four main types of drink: water, cognac, wine and champagne. It’s called “One Glass for Every Drink” and uses the same head for each drink but with different base. Exellent idea don’t you think?

Creativity with Wine Glasses

True artist knows how to convert ordinary object into fantastic art works. For example as Leszek Kobusinski. He transform photos of wine glasses into beautiful piece of art. Unusual views, strange forms and a lot of broken glass are the main features of his works.

Creative Drinking Glass “Cipher”

Serbian designer Damjan Stanković has invented an unusual drinking glass called Cipher, which recognizes drinks. Pixels on the glass change their color depending on whether there poured a drink. Differently colored shapes are scattered across the glass surface in a seemingly random pattern, however their position is hardly accidental. And if you pour a glass of milk, juice, coca-cola or coffee, it appears appropriate inscription. Clever idea!