Aug 28, 2011  •  In Art/Design, Geek

The Art of Clean Up

The following images are from Swiss artist and comedian Ursus Wehrli‘s new book, The Art of Clean Up, due out next month, where the compulsively tidy designer takes everyday objects and situations and organizes them in the most…amazing (well, at least to this neat freak) ways possible.

Be sure to also check out Wehrli’s Tidying Up Art books, where famous masterpieces of beloved painters are “tidied” up by carefully organizing them into component pieces, or by creating clever infographic-like variations. For example, Seurat’s pointillism gets reduced to a bag of candy while a Jackson Pollock is returned to all its original paint cans. 😀

Via Colossal.

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3 Responses to “The Art of Clean Up”

  1. very cool! He must have a ton of patience.

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