It feels like every time we walk into a restaurant, store or bar we see Omer Arbel's lighting. Every time we look at websites like The Contemporist, open magazines like Wallpaper, there they are, articles on the designer. Needless to say we love his work just like everyone else and are especially proud to have him local to Vancouver. While his Bocci ball chandeliers are the most prominent...we even found them in a taco restaurant in Maui, one of his latest designs caught our eye. Simply named the 28, these hand blown distorted glass spheres are an exercise in form and when clustered together, they nest into one another in a hexagonal pattern.