Always be Knolling

29 04 2012

A friend of Stuart’s recently introduced me to knolling.


  1. Scan your environment for materials, tools, books, music, etc. which are not in use.
  2. Put away everything not in use. If you aren’t sure, leave it out.
  3. Group all ‘like’ objects.
  4. Align or square all objects to either the surface they rest on, or the studio itself.

It’s a more deliberate version of “cleaning up”.



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