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Things Organized Neatly: The Art of Arranging the Everyday Hardcover – March 15, 2016
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"The Things Organized Neatly Blog, which celebrates the kentucky art of knolling, is now a gorgeous, essential book filled with photos of meticulously arranged wonders of all description."
"If you’re obsessive when it comes to arranging items on a table in a particular order (with everything sitting in perfect right angles, perhaps) but live with a toddler who can’t help himself from turning your home into disorganized chaos, then [Things Organized Neatly] may help calm your nerves."
"If you're a neat freak - and I'm convinced almost everybody has a little bit of neat freak inside them - then Things Organized Neatly: The Art of Arranging the Everday may be the most satisfying photo book you could possibly purchase. . . In short, it's like a warm bath for your brain: no item out of place, everything arranged perfectly by size, color, shape, type, or all of the above."
About the Author
Austin Radcliffe is the author of the well-known Tumblr on which this book is based, Things Organized Neatly. He attended the Herron School of Art and Design in Indianapolis and now works as a freelance curator.
Tom Sachs is a renowned sculptor, probably best known for his elaborate re-creations of various modern icons, including re-creating Knoll furniture out of phone books and building a McDonald’s franchise entirely out of plywood, glue, and assorted kitchen appliances.
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I believe this is the future of design. People are overwhelmed by the crowded and indulgent mess caused by consumerism. By keeping things simple and structured, we can make the world more organized and calm.