A lot of designing and creating is about its process. When a final object is shown, there isn't much of a chance that you will see what went into making it. This is one reason, of many, why I love the paintings of the late Cy Twombly. Rejecting the traditional realistic style, Cy chooses a scribble or smear to create his image -- a style that may have developed after working as a cryptologist in the army. But in these smears of paint and clusters of color, the viewer can trace the action of his hand as well as feel the excitement and emotion that went into creating the piece.
^^ these ones are my favorite