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Artist arranges food and flowers in beautifully organised sequences


When at the cinema, we've been known to arrange our pick 'n' mix so all our coke bottles aren't touching the white mice. In other people's houses, we'll happily set a picture frame straight if wonky, and we've also been known to rearrange the glasses on the front of a bar top.

You could say we're in favour of putting things in order/ pretty obsessed with making our surroundings look neater.

It'll come as no surprise then that we're massive fans of photographer, Emily Blincoe's work, who has created a series of images of food and flowers artfully arranged according to their colours, which is, funnily enough titled Colors Organized Neatly.

In her new set of photos, the talented artist has taken tomatoes, eggs, leaves, wild flowers, and melted ice cream and neatly ordered them according to their colours.

There is an immense feeling of satisfaction that comes from viewing these pictures, particularly if you like to line items up or find it frustrating when things appear to be wonky, or not in sync.

Emily, who also has an incredible Instagram feed, hails from Austin, Texas, and we're pretty much hooked on all her other pictures sets too. There's also the sweet and the garden versions too, which help fuel our neat obsession.



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