Japanese design company Pantograph has invented a series of playful, imaginative (and useless) objects we'd love to see in the real world
A calliper, measuring tape and protractor transfer measurements of physical objects to an on-screen 3D model
Yoonjin Lee's adorable and funny project addresses the banal items we see on city streets.
One sculptor opts for a more unique medium than simple clay and marble.
Artist Herve Graumann assembles impressive compositions that look like they've been digitally created.
New York Times Magazine's columnist Rob Walker concludes his series with some final thoughts on the objects we collect and how.