Kris Gene and Eva Milinkovic designed the Hypervoxel chandelier, which has the appearance of black, viscous globs slowly dripping down from the ceiling. That probably doesn't sound very good, so take a look through the gallery to see how cool the Hypervoxel chandelier actually is. They look like strangely beautiful blobs just floating in mid air. The featured images show the chandeliers in a dark black color surrounding by white walls.
Implications - The Hypervoxel chandelier was made using glass blowing techniques. The chandelier comes in an assortment of colors and sizes that would look great in any room of a house. You can find Gene and Milinkovic's works at Tsunami Glassworks.
The Hypervoxel Chandelier by Kris Gene and Eva Milinkovic for Tsunami
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