Most people have their own preference when it comes to organizing things they own, but if you spend too much time and feel particularly happy doing it, is it because you are obsessed with organization? Today, we are showcasing 15 photos that showcase an obsession with organizing items from food to tools among others.
They are categorized into 3 "levels of difficulty" because we like to organize stuff too. Anyways, do you like things organized like what you see below or do you prefer to let the subject of your photography come naturally? Tell us in the comments.
Breakfast. Now this breakfast is so organized, you can even count each piece of food before you take a bite. (Image Source: Ethan Herrington)
Meal. A yummy arrangement of the delicious kind. (Image Source: David Sievers Photography)
Supermarket. That is one highly organized food stacker this supermarket has. (Image Source: Things Organized Neatly)
Pencase. Tools of the trade, question is, what trade is the owner in? (Image Source: Things Organized Neatly)
A Man And His Tools. This is what a serious photographer works with. (Image Source: Urban Influence)
Poppin Supply Closet. Should have known that color-coded stationery is a sight to behold.(Image Source: Things Organized Neatly)
Pasta. Mama mia! That’s a lotta pasta! (Image Source: Things Organized Neatly)
Crunchy Chocolate Hazelnut. A crunchy collection but organized nonetheless. (Image Source: Things Organized Neatly)
No.2 Ticonderoga Pencil. Be glad you don’t have to separate your pencil shavings like this before you throw them out. (Image Source: Life Deconstructed)
90 Shades of Toast. 90 pieces of toast isn’t the kicker. The kicker is the fact that you can organize them by how burnt they are. Salute to the makers! (Image Source: Things Organized Neatly)
Kung Fu Show. This is what it looks like when 10,000 students attend one kung fu class. It was to mark China’s annual Cultural Heritage Day, and this is just mind-blowing. (Image Source: Daily Mail)
Torpedo Typewriter. It was a torpedo typewriter, but now it is some fine art. (Image Source: TINNEDDESIRES)
VHS Tapes. A total of 375 VHS tapes were disassembled to form a sculpture that fills the corner of Midtown Atlanta’s Viewpoint building. Amazing! (Image Source: Voyeur Designs)
Raccorama. Nothing much to see here? Think about how the artist did it. (Image Source: Pascal Broccolichi)