A short glass pipe cleaning video tutorial from a YouTube channel we’ve started following recently, StrainCentral. Rubbing alcohol, iodized salt, Q-Tips and hot water is what you’ll need.
The genius just keeps flowing from the master glassblower over at Kravin Glass. Here’s his latest raygun pipe, a creation sure to send our readers reaching for their pocketbooks. Just be prepared to join a long waiting list of like-minded tokers, the poor guy can’t make them fast enough to meet demand.
Kravin Glass, located in Colorado, creates some of the most unique and intricate glass pipes on the market. The examples we’ve featured below are some of their finest, but you can find several more examples on their homepage, including videos of their creation. Image credits: Kravin Glass
While in college I had a roommate who blew glass in order to pay tuition. He had been designing and crafting glass pipes, bongs, bubblers — and even ornamental glass — since the age of 11.
This is the trailer for the film Degenerate Art: The Art and Culture of Glass Pipes, by M. Slinger. The filmmaker shows some excellent examples of glass pipe artistry, as well as some of the legal and political obstacles faced by the artists.
Handy and stylish take-anywhere bowl. Who needs a lighter?