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What Is Inside Everyday Objects?

What Is Inside Everyday Objects?
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A new set of images by Todd McLellan features objects like a phone, lawnmower and toaster, that have been taken apart and arranged.

Emma Hutchings
  • 3 may 2013

Toronto-based photographer Todd McLellan has produced a new set of images that explore retro and modern everyday objects. ‘Things Come Apart’ is an expansion of the original Disassembly Series.

Everyday Objects, Deconstructed

Various items, including a telephone, lawnmower, toaster, fire extinguisher, and a typewriter, have been completely deconstructed. Each object is shown in two formats after it has been taken apart; a meticulously arranged layout of it’s individual components and an explosion of the components ejected into the air.

A book of these photographs, titled Things Come Apart, will be available later this month. Click through to see a selection of images from the new series and check out videos of the disassembly series below:

Todd McLellan

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