The Things Organized Neatly blog is very addictive, particularly to those of us who have poorly-organized tool collections and lofty aspirations. Readers submit photos of anything and everything—coin envelopes, tools of particular usage, vehicle parts—all organized, well, very neatly. Now the porn becomes not about the objects or parts, but simply about the way the objects or parts are arranged.
One project recently spotted there that doesn't quite fit the mold, but speaks more to sequential transformation, is Brooklyn-based artist Daniel Bejar's "The Visual Topography of a Generation Gap" project from '06:
A copy was made from my original apartment key, then a copy was made from that copy. This process was repeated until the original keys information was destroyed, resulting in the topography of a generation.