Want to chill your whiskey without watering it down? These geometric drink rocks are perfect for you. Not only will they have you sippin’ on some perfectly chilled drinks, but they’ll stand out and make for a great conversation piece. Each set includes 4 different shapes of drink rocks made from soapstone and marble.
Ben Young is a self-taught artist who has been making amazing glass sculptures for over 10 years now. Each of Young’s sculptures are hand drawn, hand cut and handcrafted. He uses only the finest glass materials in his pieces, and each piece uses different textured and colored glass, so each sculpture is truly a one-of-a-kind artwork. Check out more of Ben’s work below:
Greg Klassen is a furniture maker who put together these amazing one-of-a-kind wood tables that feature glass rivers flowing through them. There’s a range of tables from coffee tables to conference tables, but they are all equally dope. Most of his current items are sold out, but there are still a few available over on his webshop.
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Don’t feel like drinking a Michelob Ultra, but also want to watch your beer intake a little bit? You should probably grab one of these half-pint glasses from The Fowndry. I really don’t know how you would take a sip out of this without spillin’ it, but hey, I’m sure you can figure it out. Single glass for $15, a pair for $25.
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Most people get a bit dizzy when intoxicated, so why not amplify that by drinking out of a glass that constantly spins on your table or bar. This is the Shtox spinning whiskey glass, and they have 10 different designs you can choose from.
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You know how in futuristic movies, the futurelings have badass glasses that can answer questions, record videos/pictures, send files to the mothership, etc.? Â Yeah, well Google is making that happen – fo real. Â Google’s new technology — called Glass — aims to revolutionize the way we interact with our surroundings — giving instant access to information and media. Â Though not much has been revealed, this video gives us a look through Google Glass to showcase some of its alleged capabilities and user interface.
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Go ahead and try this at home. Take all your empty bud light bottles, take off the labels, crush em up in a storage bin with some rocks in there. Shake. Then get some glue and make little crushed glass snowballs. After you tear your palms to shreds, you’ll be able to appreciate these fine sculptures by Daniel Arsham. Continue reading Shattered Glass Sculptures by Daniel Arsham
â€œYeah rightâ€¦ I would break this shit into smitherines in like 2 games,â€ says the reader in disbelief. But, in fact, the surface of the table is covered by some patented material designed by some genius chemist (who probably really likes doing cocaine), and the balls move on the table as they would on a felt surface. I didnâ€™t believe it either, but then I watched the video. This G4 model comes as the second glass pool table model from Nottage Design; this new design being far more modern and simplistic than the G1. It also comes with a glass cover so it can be converted into a dining table. You can grab yours up for about $32,000. Is it just me, or does that price sound actually fairly reasonable? Continue reading G4 Glass Pool Table
In my younger days, I would spend a lot of money on glass… to get really high. Nowadays, I spend a lot of money on glass… to drop panties. Oh how I’ve matured. There is nothing more ballin than some extravagant glass art. These vases serve as no exception, and you can get a set of three for under 1000 bucks. If you’re maturing as I am, pick up one or more of these vases here. Continue reading Ballin Vases
Possibly the sickest house i’ve ever seen to be 100% honest. It was designed by the Sambuichi Architects, and i must say they did a damn good job. You can check out some other looks at this amazing house after the jump.
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