• Todd McLellan
  • Posted 52 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 66034 Views
  • Canadian photographer Todd McLellan's latest series "Disassembly" captures relics of our past in a unique, dismantled and exposed form. Disassembled items include a typewriter, a push lawn mower and a rotary phon; each have had every part meticulously re-arranged - by type, size and function - on a beige surface in an almost OCD-like manner, resulting in a portrait of an era now left behind.

    Source: Design Boom

    www.toddmclellan.com

    • I adore your disassembly project. As someone who as a child at age 12 sabotaged a typewriter so I could take it apart, then a car radio, then a CD player... I love this. Thanks!!
    • Ally Reeves Posted 52 months ago · 81 Reply
    • great pictures. love the detail in every piece. true engineering marvels
    • electronic cigarettes Posted 52 months ago · 94 Reply
    • Great
    • marc fluri Posted 52 months ago · 90 Reply
    • It's amazing how many little parts go into making these items
    • HomeList Posted 52 months ago · 91 Reply
    • Awesome
    • Ali Posted 52 months ago · 89 Reply
    • Wonderful ! Nice project !
    • (made in)Faro Posted 52 months ago · 95 Reply
    • funny
    • Anna Posted 52 months ago · 107 Reply
    • what a great concept, shame this girl came up with it first: http://www.flickr.com/photos/brittnybadger/sets/72157606728017373/
    • ben Posted 51 months ago · 68 Reply
    • To the first commenter: not really. I'm pretty sure she remembered the 2006 photograph of an arrangement of a disassembled VW golf, http://www.flickr.com/photos/avi_abrams/2066997439 - and even that is not the first instance of this kind of thing.
    • Pomax Posted 51 months ago · 106 Reply
    • got a question for Todd? send me your questions at sarah@suginostudio.com we are doing an interview on him this friday (4 days)
    • sarah Posted 50 months ago · 89 Reply
    • Brilliant. A clean, non-gratuitous disassembly of a human being would be an interesting contrast.
    • Div Posted 36 months ago · 75 Reply