Since you don’t know until you shoot it, this is a video from the guys at Demolition Ranch blasting a giant crystal (actually glass) ball with a 50-caliber round to see what sort of damage it will do. Prior to that they pump another giant glass ball full of various
Because some people believe the old adage of not playing with your food only applies to solids, this is a video of glass artist Mattes Kuche giving a nudge to a wine glass he made with such a thin stem that the whole bowl of the glass actually wobbles back
These are a few photographs from a shop in Japan where the owner had glass panels installed in the ceiling so the shop’s resident cats can watch shoppers, and vice-versa. A great idea, but are we sure the rest of those drop panels can support the weight of those cats?
Note: Above pic doesn’t do it justice, see below. This is a beautiful tribute to Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli characters in the form of a stunning stained glass window crafted by Russian artists Eugene Koksharov and Anna Dobrunova of Art Brothers Glass. This particular piece, measuring 90cm x 70cm
This is a video of Youtuber MadHotGlass playing two water hammers that she made, which consist of water sealed inside a vacuum created in borosilicate glass tubes. The resulting metallic ‘ping’ sound is due to there not being any air inside the tubes to cushion the water when it hits
This is a short video of a skateboarder testing the structural integrity of a fancy glass coffee table with a couple quick flip tricks. Amazingly, it passes the test. My coffee table? It would have failed harder than I did algebra class in high school. Numbers were already hard enough,
This is the already funded Indiegogo campaign for the WindshieldWOW! windshield cleaning device, which surprisingly wasn’t invented by the Slap Chopper/ShamWow Guy. The flexible WindsheildWOW holds a microcloth fiber cleaning pad to each side of a windshield with magnets so when you wipe the outside windshield you’re also cleaning the
These are a few examples of the comic book cover stained glass art (plus BONUS Victorian/gothic Wolverine and Cyclops stained glass portraits) produced by artist Jesse Olwen (pieces available in his Etsy shop, Cyclops portrait $730). Obviously, they all include some glass painting as well because of all the too-small-to-cut-glass-for