Titled 'Segmentation', this series of glass sculpture by Jiyong Lee is inspired by the journey of a cell, starting with a single cell and going through a million divisions to become life.
This collection of Reed Glass, designed by Swedish creative Staffan Holm, is part of a series titled 'Anamorphic objects', which is about exploring movement in everyday objects.
Design studio OS & OOS, run and founded by Dutch designers Oskar Peet and Sophie Mensen, have tried to play with light in unusual ways with their series of glass sculptures called "Perspectives".
Ladies & Gentlemen, a studio located in Brooklyn, have designed a collection of lighting titled the Kazimir Chandelier, which is a nod to late 1800 Russian artist Kazimir Malevich.
Rhoda Baer has been working with glass for over ten years, and uses her career as a photographer to inspire a lot of her concepts in glass, as well as being influenced by minimalist perspectives.
Markku Salo is a Finnish designer and artist who makes works of art from glass, he produces objects that are both sculptural and functional with a creative twist.
Czech designer Rony Plesl specialises in glass, he's been able to link craftsmanship with industrial design, making objects that will stand the test of time and reach the wider public.
Titled 'Infusions', American glass artist Jamie Harris has produced these block-like forms made from clear glass in which colour is added to create the appearance of liquid forms.
I came across this selection of truly amazing works by Japanese glass artist Yukako Kojima. Not only are they captivating, they're also very complex and abstract in shape.
Sabine Marcelis coins her work "magical moments within materiality", a creative approach to the manufacturing process, using the constraints of industrial design to create new possibilities.
Vitreluxe Glass Works was founded in 1999, his early pursuit in watercolour painting led him to take an interest in glass thanks to the transparency and optical qualities of the material.
Contemporary lights inspired the colours of the Venetian lagoon, purposely using the reflection on the surface as inspiration, hinting at an imaginary city moving beneath the surface.