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2 Kinds of People

2 Kinds of People illustrate the small differences in everyday life

We love this selection of the latest illustrated comparisons from 2 Kinds of People  the small differences in daily life, the two kinds of people and their different ways of doing things. Funny ’cause they’re so true 🙂

Things Organized Neatly

Things Organised Neatly is a series of images dedicated to the art of arranging

Things Organized Neatly is a mesmerising series of photographs dedicated to the art of arranging and all the artists who enjoy creating perfect arrangements with everyday objects, true sources of visual satisfaction. Created by Austin Radcliffe as a Tumblr project before becoming a book, Things Organized Neatly: The Art of Arranging the Everyday is currently available for purchase from Amazon. These images feed into the hint of OCD within us all – a need to create order and simplicity from an otherwise complicated and messy world.

Rachel Perry – Lost In My Life

Rachel Perry becomes lost in camouflages of everyday objects

Rachel Perry: With her Lost In My Life project, American artist and photographer Rachel Perry takes the stage, becoming lost in camouflages composed of various everyday objects. Through these interesting self-portraits, Rachel Perry illustrates our addiction to these objects and the endless organisation, cleaning, and shopping that manages our lives. Fantastic work! 🙂

Tony Futura – THE • UNSEEN

Tony Futura creates simple images with a twist

Tony Futura: We LOVE these awesome conceptual creations by Tony Futura, a visual artist based in Berlin who floods his Instagram and Tumblr with surreal and offbeat images, having fun transforming icons of pop culture and everyday objects into visual, colourful, and hilarious compositions. GOLD! 🙂

Domenic Bahmann – Stop Think Make

Domenic Bahmann's fresh take on life's everyday objects

Domenic Bahmann: We love this new selection of creations by Australian designer and visual artist Domenic Bahmann, aka Domfriday, who likes to fill his Instagram with interesting conceptual compositions, playing with life’s everyday objects to create funny and somewhat offbeat images.