One of my favorite styles of glass pipe hammers is back, the Corn Cob glass pipe. Im so excited! I love this shape, it's so perfect. One of the benefits of smoking from a glass hammer is the ash has a pocket to fall into and not get sucked all the way to your mouth. EWWWW!
Just a little different from the Claw and Tack hammers, this Corn Cob pipe is a little taller, so it has a feel of a lowrider, staying close to the ground. Maybe it's better cause it won't have as far to fall. I dunno, why is a lowrider so cool? I can't put my finger on it, but I fucking love those rides, especially Cheech's car!
Traditional inside-out line work, uses stringers of colored glass the size of a pencil lead to draw on the inside of the piece. The stringer pattern starts with a perfect swirl at the head and blends into the swirls of the mouthpiece. The color changing glass sections along with the swirls are going to look sick as it colors in. This has marbles on the side to help keep this funky piece tight in your hand.
Remember, I take these pictures with great care and use lots of lighting to help you see the full beauty of my glass. No tricks, just stock camera phones and light. Don't forget to click on the photos to make them HUGE!