I was a big fan of the original Hellboy movies with Ron Perlman as our cigar-chomping red hero. But as much as I enjoyed that series, I’ve never delved deep into the comics, so I’m not too familiar with Hellgirl.
Yo, rich people, check it out. This is the Impatia Lungolinea gold edition table tennis table from Turin, Italy based Adriano Design. Isn’t it luxurious? It is made from crystal glass with 24k gold connecting joints and furthermore, made by “expert Italian goldsmiths.”
Are you the master of earning platinum trophies in PlayStation games? Congratulations, you must have a lot of time on your hands. Why not celebrate this achievement a drink from the official Sony trophy glass? You are a champion.
Sony’s new Glass Sound Speaker is certainly unique in the world of Bluetooth speakers. Taking a design cue from stoners, the LSPX-S2 looks just like a bong. You have to wonder how many people will grab this by accident when they want a toke.
This is the second Sony Glass Sound Speaker, following up from the LSPX-S1 which was introduced a few years ago.
Looking for a truly unique accent light? I don’t think you can do much better than one of these sweet handmade lamps that’s designed to look like a flashlight floating in mid-air.
Beaverton, Oregon artist Bob Peterson of ThisCarUp has made a limited run of just 24 of these neat desk lamps, each of which features an actual vintage flashlight, set atop a handblown glass shade that forms its beam.
Before you enter the great wasteland to do battle, you’ll want to check in with Vault Boy and your Pip-Boy 3000 to make sure your stats are up to snuff. This Vault Boy stained glass window is there to offer an additional affirmation.
This handmade window is the ultimate bit of home decor for any serious Fallout fan, and features a bold and bright image of the Vault-Tec Corporation’s overwhelmingly positive mascot.
Flash drives used to have some value, but these days, I’ve got boxes full of them – mostly handed to me by vendors presenting their products. To garner attention, companies have handed me USB drives that look like everything from a metal horse, to a twig, to a key fob from a $100,000 car.
I think glass is one of the most amazing art mediums out there. It’s really difficult and dangerous to work with, but in the right hands, it can create amazing, intricate forms. If you’re into collecting art glass, but want something a little different, then check out these sculptures I spotted over on Etsy.
If you like to eat, at some point you are going to need to cut stuff up. You could use your knife right on the countertop, but then your wife will gripe at you about annoying stuff like germs and nicks on the counter.
Chess is a thinking man’s game. It means that to play it well, you’ve got to be all intellectual and smart and stuff. Even kings play it – with real people on their lawn. You have to have a classy chess set if you want to keep up appearances.
I don’t know anything about wine other than what I have seen on TV. I learned there that wine snobs like to sniff it, swish it, and sometimes spit it out. I don’t even know if that is true or not, but it must be with this new product that landed on Kickstarter called the Wine Glass Mask.
It’s a wine glass shaped to fit over the face like a mask.
Rich people. They aren’t happy unless they are flaunting their wealth in our faces. And what better way to do that than with a table that looks like it has burning money inside?
This table was built by Alejandro Monge in collaboration with Amarist Studio.
Breaking a bottle with your bare hands isn’t a remotely good idea. Even if you have experience breaking bottles with a punch, you could seriously hurt yourself, and even permanently damage your hand. However, it turns out there’s a way you can pretty safely break a bottle with your bare hands, by hitting it a certain way.
A lot of people like to use bell jars to display objects, but the Bell Jar Light from Suck UK comes with built-in lighting in its base to illuminate whatever you’re showing off inside. It is perfect for all of your geeky action figures and toys.
With the light rising out from the bottom, your cherished item will actually be on display properly, shown off as it it were in your own personal museum.
Heights. I hate them. Get me up on anything higher than a playground slide and I’m not comfortable. So there’s no way in hell I would be sliding down The Skyslide, which is a see-through glass slide fixed onto outside of the tallest building west of the Mississippi River.
I like unique Christmas ornaments, especially ones that reflect my geeky side. I also like handcrafted glass, so when I saw these celestial ornaments from, I was very intrigued.
Each of these ornaments comes from Plus Alpha Glass, the studio of artist Tomizu Satoshi, and is a true work of art.