Water waves are usually divided into three categories: capillary waves (or ripples), sea waves (which are propelled by the wind), and swells (waves that continue onward after the wind has ceased). Swells are driven by gravity and can sometimes travel thousands of miles before reaching land.
WIMBI is the Swahili word for wave, like a formation of water. However, there are many other kinds of waves besides water, as you well know: radio waves, light waves, shock waves, microwaves, heat waves, and more; but they all share the same definition: A wave is a disturbance of a field in which a physical attribute oscillates repeatedly... or seems to move through space.
Our OHM WIMBI glass design also undulates with waves of shimmering color that could be splashes of cool salty water from the sea churned with frothy foam against sea rocks or sand. Or it could be waves of light arcing across infinite galaxies, or waves of steamy heat in the desert, or wave after wave of music or inspiration or smokey desire. Whatever rippling “disturbance in a field of calm” appeals or applies to you, this is your WIMBI.
The limited-edition release is limited to 333 serialized pieces. A certificate of authenticity is included.