ou don't have to have OCD to find organization appealing and even soothing. If the idea of organized objects doesn't sound soothing to you, these images will change your mind.
Nature's perfectly organized objects are naturally appealing.
The slices of citrus fruits reveal perfectly segmented circles divided into perfectly organized cells. Add the color gradient to the already delightfully organized fruit and you’ve got visual nirvana. See? Organization feels good.
Any objects, organized just so, can be a delight to look at.
Photographers, collectors, and stylists work together to create these images of perfectly organized objects. Anything can be their subject. Sometimes the most unlikely objects can be beautiful.
Of course, nature always provides.
These perfectly organized autumn leaves prove that adding organization to something that’s already pretty good makes it better. Suddenly OCD makes more sense.
Four thousand years in the making, and one swirly, makes this image perfect.
This is from The British Museum. It’s an image of 4,000 years worth of different currencies. Think of all the hands and lives these coins touched! And now they can rest in organized perfection.
Sometimes the world seems to organize itself.
How pleasing is it when nothing is out of place? One misplaced umbrella would ruin it all.