Ursus Wehrli Creates Meticulous Art From The Everyday

Ursus Wehrli Creates Meticulous Art From The Everyday
Design

Having successfully tidied up the art world, a Swiss artist turns his attention to the everyday, arranging objects into clever configurations.

Kyana Gordon
  • 3 september 2011

Swiss artist and comedian, Ursus Wehrli, known for his Tidying Up Art books (where he tidies up famous artwork, such as Van Gogh’s Room or Botticelli’s Beach by carefully rearranging them) returns with a new project. In his forthcoming book, The Art of Clean Up he brings his passion for sorting things to everyday life and objects.

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