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Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Knolling. Get inspired and try out new things.
Sarah Parker‘s beautifully art directed, vacation and travel-inspired collections for online retailer Mr. Porter.

I really love collections of objects curated around a particular theme. Not only are they aesthetically pleasing, they also appeal to my OCD desire to organise and catalogue things. Here are some c…

Flatlays on Instagram. History of Knolling from http://lyst.com/longlyst/art-knolling

Meet the most popular Instagram trend that you’ve never heard of. It’s called ‘knolling' and you already love it. Here’s how laying stuff down became an art form that started in a tool box.

50 Amazing Examples of Knolling Photography - UltraLinx

Knolling is a unique way of taking photos of similar objects in a cool manner. The actual definition of knolling is "the process of arranging like objects in

Richard & Judith Selby Lang.  For over a decade, they have been creating art from the plastic trash they collect at Point Reyes National Seashore, CA.

Along with billiard balls, combs were some of the first items made from plastic. The first plastic combs were made from nitro-cellulose or celluloid and later the "unbreakable" comb arrived in the 1940's made of nylon. We find combs and brushes almost every time we go to Kehoe. Some of the very first combs were used not for grooming but mainly for hygiene. Nit picking. Getting parasites out of the hair. Fine wood and silver combs for this purpose have been dated to 5000 years ago and it's…

Good design makes me happy: Project Love: Les Sirops de Monin

Les Sirops de Monin is the degree project from Clemence Dubois . Love the exploration of art direction and photography using a strict colo...

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Things organized neatly: a blog and a book with the best photography on object collections on grids | ITALIANBARK - interior design blog