>Ever wish your alphabet soup was actually legible? Your fruit salad arranged into rows? Maybe not, but there’s something undeniably pleasing about The Art of Clean Up, a photo book by Swiss comedian and visual artist Ursus Wehrli. Wehrli spent two years putting everyday objects—flowers, cars in a parking lot, needles from a pine bough—into meticulous order and then photographing them. “The more topsy-turvy our world becomes, the more we long for simplicity and order,” he explains. “Tidying up is very satisfying.”