Feast Your Eyes on These Brilliant Dragon-Inspired Glass PipesBailey RahnJuly 15, 2017
Whether or not you give two hecks about Game of Thrones, we invite you to bask in the majesty of these brilliant dragon-inspired glass pieces. Give these artists a follow on Instagram if you like what they’re creating!
Artist: Collaboration between Scott Tribble and Robert G. Koch II
Autumn's Drakon Collaboration with THE MAN !¡! @scozglass. @scozglass x GlassHopper. I've followed Scott's work forever now and it was truly an honor to get to spend a week crushing/learning and creating "imo" one of the most beautiful dragons out there. Thanks again to @scozglass For letting me come through and all the hospitality. Huge props to @blitzkriega on the patented Stained Grain Tech knowledge, it really pulled this piece together. #headyglass #glassofig #bestofglass #headyart #murrini #murrine #milli #milliofig #murrineofig #autumnleaves 🍂 #fallmurrine #autumn #autumnleaves 🍂#scozglass #glasshopper #glasshopper1468 #madeinwashington
Autumn is coming. Part dragon, part tree, this breathtaking piece of glass shows off incredible branching and woodgrain detail.
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Artist: Mothership Glass, collaboration with JDZ (attachments)
Mothership Glass is known for creating pieces that are utterly out of this world, and this cosmic collaboration with JDZ is no exception. Abstractly resembling the tail and horns of some mystical space dragon, this elite and priceless piece might as well only exist in your dreams.
Artist: Collaboration between Scott Tribble and Stratishphere Glass
This piece is two wings away from being considered dragon-inspired, but that won’t stop us from sharing this serpentine brilliance with you. By the way, that double-helix snake in the center spins.
Artist: Banjo Glass
It’s unclear who or what is actually dancing with the dragon, but this piece of smokeable art created back in 2010 probably isn’t illustrating the Dance of the Dragons civil war in George R.R.’s saga.
This piece retains some dragon-like characteristics, but they’re somewhat hidden by the loudly grotesque personality championed by its artist, Salt. Its downstem appears to curl around the inside edge of the glass, lending another unique attribute to this already eye-catching piece.
Artist: LaceFace Glass and Dan McAfee
Here's a gem from my archives for a little throwback on this fine Thursday. Made in 2012 "the dragon slayer" was a collaboration between myself and my good friend @dan_mcafeeart We were both super proud of how she came out featuring only two colors, @northstarglass trans yellow and dark amethyst. Looking at this piece makes me think how time flies! I'm Looking forward to collaborating again in the near future with @dan_mcafeeart !🔥🎉🌈 This piece is on display @pieceofminduw . Have a blessed day 🌞💕 #positivevibes #drangonslayer #lacefaceglass #pieceofminduw #northstarglass #grateful #throwbackthursdays
This stunning piece could depict the Khaleesi herself riding on the back of one of her dragons. A collaboration piece from 2012, Dragon Slayer unites sharp jagged shapes with curved feminine ones to achieve balance and intrigue.
Artist: Collaboration between Sagan Glass and Elbo Glass
Is it a dragon? A pterodactyl? A satellite space bird? No one knows, but you can smoke out of its head and we love it.
Artist: Collaboration between Mike Luna and Jason Burruss
(Photo cred @garden_of_evie )
Draconis Rex is just one of many dragons crafted by Mike Luna. This dragon is so elaborately detailed, I wouldn’t even know how to smoke out of it.