For more than a thousand years, people have worshipped under stained glass windows. Is there any more appropriate setting to celebrate god? According to modern churchgoers, yes, yes there is. And more and more, that involves a giant LED screen in a darkened big box.
If your dining room is in dire need of tentacles (and have several grand to spare), this stained glass chandelier is happy to oblige, with detachable limbs that can prop up candles or glow all on their own.
Wim Delvoye has created a series of stained glass windows with subjects that are both gothic and unexpected, filling the spaces between the lead with X-rays of human intestines and skeletal forms of people kissing.
Perhaps if you walked into a hall in Middle Earth long after Frodo Baggins had sailed off to Valinor, you would see the events of The Lord of the Rings laid out in sparkling stained glass windows. Artist Jian Guo gives us a taste of those windows with his storybook illustrations of Frodo's quest.
There are approximately 1000 pieces of salvaged NYC plexiglas mounted on the steel structure of artist Tom Fruin's newest sculpture, a 25' by 10' patchwork water tower—set atop a collection of artist's studios at 120 Jay Street in DUMBO, Brooklyn—called, simply, Watertower.
Theory: This modder was so guilt-ridden with all the tubgirl and goatse porn he was downloading he had to go all stained-glass to get the demon spirits out of his machine.