Helix

he·lix (ˈhēliks)
noun
1. an object having a three-dimensional shape like that of a wire wound uniformly in a single layer around a cylinder or cone

It’s hard to quite fathom exactly how the artist managed to get his glass to form such a complex, ordered form, but it’s truly amazing to behold. Each fine, translucent vein was mere millimeters, the entire shape barely larger than a volleyball.

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