Forget about the traditional spring cleaning on get on board to everyday tidying with 'The Art of Clean Up.' This quirky and book centers around the ordering of miscellaneous objects and scenes, from a bowl of soup and its contents to lounging people and their beach accessories. Although this isn't an entirely original idea, it has been executed on a larger scale than most other attempts at meticulous tidying.
Created by Ursus Wehrli, an artist and comedian from Switzerland, 'The Art of Clean Up' is a sequel to his last book 'Tidying Up Art Books.' Instead of carefully organizing famous art pieces, he has turned his attention to more mundane situations and items. By stripping certain scenes into neat piles, Wehrli forces us to look at our surroundings differently.
'The Art of Clean Up' is Fun but Ultimately Meaningless
1. Everyday Tidying - The trend of everyday tidying can lead to opportunities for disruptive innovation in home organization products and services.
2. Meticulous Arrangement - The trend of meticulously arranging objects can lead to opportunities for disruptive innovation in art, design, and photography.
3. Minimalism - The trend of minimalism in organizing and aesthetics can lead to opportunities for disruptive innovation in retail and fashion industries.
1. Home Organization - The home organization industry can leverage the trend of everyday tidying to offer new and convenient products and services that simplify and streamline home maintenance.
2. Art - The art industry can leverage the trend of meticulous arrangement to offer new perspectives on visual storytelling and expression.
3. Retail - The retail industry can leverage the trend of minimalism in organizing and aesthetics to offer simplified and curated shopping experiences for consumers seeking simplicity and minimalism.