Todd McLellan: Disassembly in Motion

Toronto photographer Todd McLellan’s disassembly work has captured significant attention. His photo art shows the ordered mechanics of dismantled relics: phones, clocks, cameras. He also captures the motion of his work, in this lawnmower, for example, and in video (at the end of the post).

It’s interesting to see his personal artistry applied to a professional project, in this ad for Miller Lite. Read his comments here on production of the (similarly arranged) objects that could be used to open a new punch-top can.

-Pentax camera

-Old Typewriter

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Todd McLellan’s website, here.

Sugino Studio, where he works, here.

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There are 11 comments

  1. Literary Tiger

    Wow, that’s pretty cool. At first I thought “it’s a bunch of parts, who cares?” Then, when I looked at it a second time, I said “Hmmm, it’s a bunch of parts . . . wow.” 🙂

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