Well-crafted artefacts are often noticeably beautiful. If not, they often make a strong impression on the audience in some other way.

They may be impressive enough to act as a popular centrepiece for people to gather around. They may be the focus of attention, a fascination.

Part of this impression may come from the recognition of the illogical use of time, effort, and attention by the maker. It may also be because the viewer does not know how the maker made the artefact.

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