Food, feathers, scissors and rocks are just a few of the everyday items that Tennessee-based photographer Emily Blincoe carefully assorts by color, shape and size.
"You could take a photo of a bouquet of flowers, or you could spend five hours clipping the tops and arranging them by gradient," Blincoe told CNN. "It's just a different way of looking at something that other people aren't willing to put in the time for."
Blincoe's process of methodically organizing ordinary items in a soothing style is appropriately dubbed "organization porn." Because, of course.
Take a look at these colorful arrangements that prove beauty can be found in even the most ordinary objects: