Singling out highlight pieces from within, visual artist Daniel Arsham’s body of work is a relatively simple process. His creations appear to fluidly tie in with one another through an explorative process of altering the perception of common objects. Arsham’s work offers a crossover of design and architecture, translated on different visual mediums that typically enforce the notion of re-forming broken objects into something artistically tangible. Including his usual gallery showings around the world, Arsham delved into an array of mediums during 2014, from a film piece starring James Franco to an apparel collection with Stampd. Arsham also continued his involvement with Snarkitecture alongside Alex Mustonen, including a joint effort with Del Toro, a window display for Calvin Klein, and a basketball-inspired installation at Art Basel.