Terp pearls are used to add extra heat retention and surface area for your concentrates. This will provide better flavor for your concentrates to enhance your vaporizing experience.
Phil Siegel, born in 1972 in Petaluma, California, is a glass artist currently residing and working in a charming coastal town in Washington state. Despite lacking a formal apprenticeship in glass or a traditional education in art, Phil's extensive background in construction has shaped his distinctive understanding of the medium and his unique approach to his artwork.
Drawing inspiration from his architectural design experience, Phil combines the rigid form language he acquired with the boundless fluidity inherent in glass. This fusion presents a constant challenge for the artist as he strives to achieve a harmonious union between fantasy and structure. Through his work, Phil aims to convey his deepest life experiences by emancipating his innermost spiritual, intellectual, and emotional self.
Phil's dedication to his craft led him to collaborate with renowned glass artists Etai Rahmil and Phil Siegel on a project titled "Summer Trumpet." Having the opportunity to document their creative process was an awe-inspiring experience for him, witnessing their determination to surpass the ordinary and create something truly extraordinary. Phil expresses his immense gratitude to these artists for allowing him to showcase the vibrant and dynamic nature of the glass art industry.
Note: Each Item Is Individually Hand Blown And May Vary From Photograph Above
Approximately 1" x 1"
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