Who says great masterpieces can't be improved upon? In his humorous reconfigurations of important paintings, comedian Ursus Wehrli deconstructs the works of famous artists and reconstructs them to fit his own slightly more orderly view of the world. Art is messy, and it's about time someone did something about it. Sort those shapes, arrange those colours and for goodness' sake can't Van Gogh straighten up his bedroom? Neatniks and art lovers alike should delight in the whimsical playfulness of this book. Whether he's rearranging Magritte's apples, chromatically stacking Klee's vibrant squares, or depopulating Breugel's busy village, Wehrli's tongue-in-cheek editing of classic artworks is the next best thing to painting a moustache on the Mona Lisa.