Inspired by the natural landscape around her, especially the flat landscapes and salt lakes of South Australia, Jessica has crafted these beautiful panels from glass.
Maria Dukers uses abstract lines to create visual pieces of art using Plexiglas, layering them so that from different angles you get a unique perspective on each piece.
Devin Burgess is an American artist and maker who is situated in Greensboro, Vermont and works with hand-blown and surface-treated glass using subtle colours and delicate shapes.
These glass sculptures by artist Heike Brachlow are full of creativity, not only using elements that cross over and divide, but also showcase movement and structure.
Looking almost like glaciers, or jagged blocks of ice jutting out from the landscape, these cast glass structures are made by Emma Camden at her studio in Whanganui, New Zealand.
Australian artist Richard Whitley uses a concept of 'abstract negative space' in his medium of glass sculpture, making space itself it's own form and allowing us to see "nothing" in a solid material.
New tableware at OEN shop made by husband and wife duo Katsuhisa and Mizuho Hira of Studio Prepa. Their work really sums up the Japanese philosophy of simplicity and understated beauty.
Created by making incisions in the walls and inserting large panes of glass at different angles, these glass walkways and openings by Sarah Oppenheimer are visually appealing and deceptive.
Industryplus combines experimental industrial design techniques with artisanal craftsmanship, producing functional objects at an obtainable price that are still beautiful enough to cherish.
Tokujin Yoshioka has long been experimenting with light and space, creating some fantastic exhibits and sculptures to challenge the environments that we live in.
Deborah Ehrlich crafts these beautiful vessels on paper before handing it over to an experienced Swedish glassblower, resulting in a truly fantastic collection of glassware.
A truly exquisite collection of glassware designed by Belgian creative Anna Torfs, her work consists of layered forms that are structurally simplistic, stripping back any unnecessary elements.