Everyday before we package and send your jewelry on its way, each piece gets meticulously examined to confirm it’s quality. This means that everyday our work-tables are full of the gorgeous glass on its way to you!
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Spirals in production!! Not very easy to make but totally worth it.
Have a great Friday people!
We are delighted to share with you the addition of ‘Rainbow’ to our family of colors! ‘Rainbow’ is now available as a special limited edition color option for plugs, triangles, saturns, labrets, rhomboids, keyholes, squares, eyes and teardrops. We hope you enjoy our new glass as much as we enjoy making it for you!
Thank you to Stéphanie Alain Bergeron for letting us use some of her beautiful pictures!
Gorgeous picture of our double flared Dichroic Blue Plugs by the team at Gorilla Glass Germany! Want to get your hands on some? Ask your local piercer for Gorilla Glass! #gorillaglassplugs #gorilla #gorillaglass #bodypiercing #stretchedlobes #plugporn #gauges #bodymodification #jewelry #dichroic #glass
Do you know our Zoa line? We make Zoa plugs, labrets, rings and even lagrimas! Organic underwater goodness, handmade to fit.
Our friend Mikele Tre from May Inc., based in Japan!!
Dichroic Triangular weights
This shape is interesting and is meant to be worn in loose lobes.
Available in small and large sizes, they also come in array of colours and designs including our Power line!
For wholesale inquiries, get ahold of our sales department
Another set of these lovely flowers.
Glass is excellent to wear in summer weather - not only is the material safe and clean for sunscreened lobes, it also looks the best when the natural sunlight hits it.
Have your favourite piercer order you a set!
Following Gorilla Glass onFacebook,
you may have seen pictures and events focussed around The Gorilla Gallery.
The Gorilla Gallery, a concept of Gorilla Glass founder and jewelry designer Jason Pfohl, is an art gallery based in Oaxaca, Mexico with a focus on glass and ceramic artists working in Mexico.
Jason wanted to create an independent art space that would allow for interdisciplinary collaborations and exhibitions. It is an inclusive space inviting sculptors, graphic artists, street artists, photographers, and body modification artists to experiment with glass and ceramics.
“The glass and ceramics are not a destination but a departure point for the artwork.” says Pfohl.
The Gorilla Gallery has had the opportunity to work with many younger, emerging artists in Oaxaca. Using the Gorilla Glass production facility and print shop, young artists have been introduced to a new medium.
"It has allowed street and body modification artists to show artwork within a gallery setting, giving them access to a different public. The result has been an experimental and avantgarde art space that is willing to take risks and recognize new artistic disciplines.
For established glass and ceramic artists living in Mexico, it has given them a space to show their art work with installation and more conceptual pieces.” he explains.
Pfohl hopes the Gorilla Gallery will also become a destination for visiting international artists to help develop a cultural exchange of ideas and techniques.
One of the goals of the Gorilla Gallery is to invite body modification and suspension artists to show and perform their artwork in a serious gallery setting. At the grand opening in 2012 there was a suspension performance by Jussi Paradise and Lucky Hell (with rigging by Jimmy Buddha of Diablo Organics).
Currently there is a print making collaboration between twenty international scarification artists and the the Gorilla Glass vitriography print shop. The prints will be on display at the APP in Las Vegas and again at the Gorilla Gallery for Day of the Dead. There will be an upcoming suspension and bondage performance by Samar and Midori.
The exhibits change every two months with smaller events featuring street artists painting on glass being showcased monthly.
The gallery is open on Thursdays from 2:00 until 8:00.
It is located at
213 Crestop, entre Morelos y Matamoros