The bookshelf is no longer simply for the book. It’s a shrine of the simple things in your life, the where will they live, let everyone see, and I love you sort of things. British artist James Hopkins has crafted careful instillations made of the mundane objects our lives accumulate. They are neither simply nor subtle but rather a homage of how to put your life together well. They are gorgeous and have us entirely rethinking the art of the bookshelf in our own homes. This weekends goal: try to rearrange the nick-nack’s into something truly worthy of being stared at.