Google commissioned my Dad and me to make a glass cover for their OnHub internet router. We saw this project as an opportunity to explore the different ways hand-blown glass could be finished, colored, and layered. For the outer shell we used a process called a blow-through to create a gradient from opaque white to fully transparent. We then acid-dipped the whole outer shell to frost it. We wanted the inner layer to be a bright color and to have a form that felt though it was emitting a signal.  Checkout some of the process photos below.
Role: Co-Creator
Year: 2017
Collaborators: Martin Blank