“Mothership Glass does have some specific and special technology
in their functional glass art and when people ask, 'How do you do this?' —
a lot of times their answer is, 'It's the work of aliens.' Or, 'It's lasers that
can do this type of work.' That's what they've said in the past and now
this crop circle formation shows up with such mystery behind it.”
- AllGlass representative “AtariVideo,” Dayton, Ohio
August 17, 2016 Dayton, Ohio - The original logo of three laurel leaves doubled to a 6-fold flower geometry surrounded by stylized letters first emerged in 2012, when glass artists Scott Deppe and Jake Colito formed Mothership Glass, “a functional glass art company,” at a secret studio location in Bellingham, Washington.
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