Israeli industrial designer Maor Aharon managed to become a "one-man production line" figuring out a way to create stools by pouring polymer resin into a mold and then spinning that mold at a speed that allows centrifugal force to take the resin and spread it into the stool shape. As an added bonus, the spinning and the different resin colors creates organic patterns in the finished pieces. It's all pretty great to watch.
Watch These Colorful Stools Get Shaped by Centrifugal Force
The process is beautiful in its simplicity