Also known as Tsunami Glassworks, Kirston Gene and Eve Milinkovic make bright, beautiful glass that shines, sparkles and seems to flow before your eyes. He has a degree in Psychology, she was a singer in a punk band and yes, that is a heart of glass. Ventricle Vessel, shown above, is a hand blown sculptural vase, designed by Eva Milinkovic, as homage to the beauty of the human heart. Just like the real thing, each piece is unique. Unlike the real thing it is available as 10″, 16″ and 22″ high. And that’s a lot of heart.
Just as beautiful and fluid. While a real fallen petal soon fades and shrinks the eponymous glass sculpture is a permanent reminder of a moment of beauty. Available in nine color combinations it is simply a beautiful object to perceive. But for those who want their glassware to have a function in addition to raising the human spirit, Tsunami also make lights.
Fourteen 36 inch long blown frosted glass elements make up this drop pendant light. It has a simple, pure, quality.
In contrast Tube chandelier, made in collaboration with Ridgely Studio Works whose work we featured recently, feels chaotic. It is described by Tsunami as ‘a study of scale through multiple with each Tube capable of being arranged in clusters to create a unique configuration such as the one shown here in white. The effect is certainly arresting and there is a great deal more to see on the Tsunami Glassworks site.