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‘The Art of Cleaning Up Autumn Swiss Style!’ – with Ursus Wehrli

Published: November 6, 2020
Author: TEXTILE VALUE CHAIN

With its wild leaves and ephemeral colours, autumn in Switzerland is the most delightfully messy season of all – a perfect excuse for the Swiss to do what they do best: being organised! Switzerland Tourism partnered up with Swiss comedian and experimental artist, Ursus Wehrli to bring some structure into autumn – and inspire travellers and dreamers around the world to discover the magic of autumnal transformations.

Ursus Wehrli, who never lacks creative ideas, and masterfully turns his peculiar craving for tidiness and organization into a new experimental art form. Known for  rearranging and cleaning up our chaotic world and its everyday objects into neat rows, sorted by color, size, shape, or type. Featured in The New York Times , Wehrli’s organization ideas often showcase quirky ‘clean up art’ with a touch of  humor and a totally deranged sense of tidiness!

Here are some before and after shorts after Ursus Wehrli worked his magic on the Switzerland Autumn mess !

Click here for the complete video- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51V-CW1cSq0

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