As digital and modern artists of today swap the paint brush for pixels when creating art, it means that less physical artwork is produced compared to the yesteryears. This is a theme that is constantly referenced in the work of architect and multidisciplinary artist Daniel Arsham, who uses various mediums to communicate his ideas to the modern society. Most well-known for casting everyday objects with mold-making techniques, Arsham’s brand of fictional archaeology allows viewers to reflect on the relics and structures that humankind will leave behind. Check out the fun video above for a quick glimpse at his career, and head over to MAEKAN for the full story, and click here to see what Arsham lists as his most cherished possessions.