There's a debate within the design world about whether computer generated art should be given the same "weight" as designs created by hand. I understand why some would want undermine work that was created by designing on a CAD computer model. But I have to assume that this is the future. The above Black Honey curved bowl by Arik Levy ($2,400) is the perfect example. Levy used the process of stereolithography, which creates "rapid prototypes", allowing one to "print" three-dimensional structures from a computer. The computer model is sliced into very thin layers, and each layer is created through the use of a laser, which fuses together the material. Upon completion, the physical model replicates the CAD computer model to the finest detail. Just because something is easier to create, does that make it less worthy? Maybe.