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Glass artist Scott Pernicka has the ability to fit an entire galaxy into the palm of a hand. His handcrafted glass vortex spheres create optical illusions that make the viewers believe they’re gazing into outer space. Scott makes each piece from Borosilicate glass which is known for superb clarity. He uses his 20+ years of experience in glass art and shapes the glass at temperatures as high as 3000 degrees. Scott then inserts gold, silver, crystallized metals, or metal oxides to produce breathtaking stellar colors. The price of these glass spheres heavily depends on the intricacy of the work and ranges from $150 to $6,000. If you’re still hungry for space, try these 10+ galaxy sweets that are out of this world.

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Endless Galaxies In Magical Balls

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Glass artist Scott Pernicka has the ability to fit an entire galaxy into the palm of a hand. His handcrafted glass vortex spheres create optical illusions that make the viewers believe they’re gazing into outer space. Scott makes each piece from Borosilicate glass which is known for superb clarity. He uses his 20+ years of experience in glass art and shapes the glass at temperatures as high as 3000 degrees. Scott then inserts gold, silver, crystallized metals, or metal oxides to produce breathtaking stellar colors. The price of these glass spheres heavily depends on the intricacy of the work and ranges from $150 to $6,000. If you’re still hungry for space, try these 10+ galaxy sweets that are out of this world.