The art of glassblowing has been around for thousands of years. Contributions from influential artists like Bob Snodgrass have brought art, science, and bongs closer together. Heady glass artists from all around the world, as well as top brands, design a vast array of glass water pipes, ranging from spoon pipes to complicated dab rigs with multiple percolators. Heady bongs are among the most popular artistically made glass pipes, being crafted in many styles. Glass artists incorporate unique themes and color schemes into their work, integrating artistic concepts with functionality. Customers looking for heady bongs have the luxury of choosing from a wide assortment of branded glass and individually made pieces.
The heady bongs and glass art featured on our online headshop are always made from thick glass and are always handmade. Chameleon Glass and Empire Glassworks are some of the brands that consistently deliver quality build and aesthetic, creating some of the most intricate and beautiful glass pieces. Brands like these bring the benefit of years of experience, integrating complex percolators and smoke filtration systems with creative designs.
Heady dab rigs are also available in various styles and include many features such as percolators and glass tubing which work to cool and filter smoke or vapor. Dab rigs are usually smaller than bongs, focusing on concentrating vapor into a thick steam. The mouthpiece is usually more narrow than the flared mouthpieces seen in bongs, but the designs artists come up with for these rigs are just as interesting.
Hand pipes are very easy to turn into beautiful heady pieces. Heady hand pipes range in size and style. Sherlock pipes and spoon pipes are often decorated with color and themed intricacies, making them very popular for collectors and glass enthusiasts. Even chillums and steamrollers could be made into beautiful heady hand pipes.
Any concept can be turned into a creative and functional heady glass bong. Cartoon characters, animals, and even food could be rethought and turned into a functional glass water pipe. Take the Avocado Bong by Empire Glassworks, for example. This unique glass piece features three glass avocados, each being a functional part of the pipe. Because of the simplicity of a bong and the flexibility of borosilicate glass, artists are able to turn any shape or figure into a working glass pipe.