For me being organized is very helpful in my everyday life also it’s also something that some may say could be a bit obsessive. I guess some people are naturally organized, and without noticing it, create patterns and rules for systemizing their objects. As I am one of those artistic people who makes a casual hobby out of this slight obsession, my eye brows were raised when I came across the website: Things Organized Neatly.

In the blog curated by Austin Radcliffe, you’ll find perfectly harmonized compositions that vary in shape, size, material, colour, category and related objects. Some examples are vintage matchboxes, headphones, keys, cups, to name a few. There’s also the possibility of posting one of your compositions, in case you’d like to show your friends that organization can also be an expression of art.

Things Organized Neatly

[ The Swedish String shelf. See more at String Furniture ]

Things Organized Neatly

[ Part of a 2012 Amandus Film Festival poster realized by upstruct and Jonas Wilisch ]

Things Organized Neatly

[ Source: photobotanicus.com ]

Things Organized Neatly

[ Submission by Katie West ]

Things Organized Neatly

[ Vintage matchboxes sourced from: damianbennett.com ]

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