I wanted to photograph how much stuff we make in a year, but the numbers were way too large. So I reduced it to just one second. Each image depicts the world wide production of a selected commodity, per second, for the year 2009.
Constructed in 3D modelling programs, printed as photographs, each is statistically and mathematically accurate. The exact number per second is in the title. You can multiply it by 31,556,926 (the number of seconds in a year) to get the annual totals.
One second, more - but how can there always be more?