The molten glass on Netflix's 'Blown Away' looks good enough to eat

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There’s a lot to enjoy in every episode of Netflix’s Blown Away. The competition show for glassblowers has quirky competitors, fun guest judges, oodles of glasswork sex puns (drink every time someone says “glory hole”), and of course, the visual thrill of seeing simple glass turned into stunning works of art. 

Blown Away‘s editing relies on slow-motion shots of  artists stretching ropes of shiny, glowing glass between their tools and close ups of hands manipulating technicolor goo into fantastic shapes. That focus on the material captures the danger of working with a substance heated to 2000 degrees Fahrenheit; it also makes the glass look absolutely delicious.  Read more…



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