Swiss artist and comedian Ursus Wehrli satisfies those with a obsessive compulsive disorder in his photography series. The photos display perfectly arranged objects in an extremely orderly fashion. For example, a fruit bowl is shown as a cluster of fruit in one image, and a perfectly tidy arrangement in the next. The photos are guaranteed to satisfy obsessive compulsive urges once setting eyes on the pristine masterpieces.
The OCD-inspired art is not Ursus’s first; he is known for his countless neatly organized photographs. He also appears on a TED talk explaining the madness behind his ideas.
The sandbox arrangement photo would impress obsessive compulsive individuals but not the bored child sitting at the edge of the sandbox. Anyone with the slightest obsessive compulsive tendency can appreciate Ursus Wehrli’s extremely well organized photo series.
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