Artistry and creativity abound when it comes to toker products; this is especially true in the world of glass.
Even more specifically, this is true of those who make glass bowls/pipes. Don’t get me wrong, large glass bongs and water pipes can be breathtaking in their scope and beauty, but there is something about the smallness of glass bowls that allows for intricate details that aren’t overshadowed by the sheer size of the piece.
Nowhere is this more evident than with the glass from the folks at Chameleon Glass. Maybe you like animals like geckos, pigs, frogs or owls. Maybe you’re a fan of horror movies like SAW or Friday the 13th. Maybe you want to smoke out of SpongeBob’s pet snail Gary. All of these and more can be found from Chameleon.
Of course, once you have the ability to make intricate glass pipes, the possibilities are endless. Almost anything that exists in life and pop culture can be made into an incredible bowl. Many people have become collectors of these pipes and have them on display in their homes.
The artists behind these glass masterpieces have an incredible eye for detail; they have mastered an art that has been in existence for at least 2,000 years and is practiced worldwide.
You don’t have to be a collector to see the beauty in a finely made glass bowl and appreciate the art and effort that goes into these pieces, whether they are big or small. Art comes in many forms, and glass art presents more challenges than many other creative genres.
The future for glass bowl art is as bright as the multi-colored pipes we all know and love so well.
– Joe Klare