This week, Mile Highs and Lows reviewed a hand-blown glass pipe from Heady Glass in Englewood. Aside from puffing on the pipe, I also spent some time hanging out with resident glass artists Ben "Spice" Crowley as he put the finishing touches on a custom hash oil bubbler, talking about the art of glass blowing and what being burned by a blowtorch feels like.
Spice explains what he is working on:
Page down for more videos of Spice, including his explanation of what it is like to get burned.
Spice talks about how long he's been blowing glass and the research and development that goes into his pipes:
The finished bubbler:
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