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Artist Organizes Everyday Objects into Visually Satisfying Patterns

How about artwork designed using paperclips, breakfast cereal, and other office supplies! All these objects are finding their way into symmetrically laid out, very controlled, art that literally takes unbelievable hours to measure, cut and arrange for his finished product.

New Jersey-based Adam Hillman, known as the Object Arranger, has taken his organized efforts to the max by pushing his precise patterns of everyday items and turning them into extremely complicated designs.

Mr. Hillman is now offering his best works as prints to share with the world.  You can follow him on Instagram and learn more.

everyday objects obsessively organized

everyday objects obsessively organized

everyday objects obsessively organized

everyday objects obsessively organized

everyday objects obsessively organized

everyday objects obsessively organized

everyday objects obsessively organized

everyday objects obsessively organized

everyday objects obsessively organized

 

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