When Dustin Yellin was eight, he buried a box filled with a pen, a fork, and a dollar. Why? He wanted people in the future to know how humans exchanged ideas. Now, he's still making boxes-- but they fill art galleries.
In this TED talk, Yellin brings the audience along on his artistic journey from childhood to adulthood, and tells them what he learned along the way. You won't believe what this guy can do with resin and glass.
Great Quote: Each of these (structures) is a three thousand pound microscope slide, each of them with a human stuck inside.