Todd McLellan‘s series ‘Things come apart‘ presents dismantled products from our daily life in motion as air-explosion and in stillness, meticulously arranged revealing a great sense of design. All the particles are neatly organized not omitting even the smallest ones like nuts and bolts, showing the beauty of the product from another perspective.
All these ordinarily products like typewriter, wall clock, telephone, camera, iPod, printer, and so many others, are not only portraits of our technology time, but also showing that there is a whole hidden world of functioning most of us have no idea about it. We have learned how to use and serve with the tools and usually not interested in delving into the deeper layers of how exactly they were made. A nice reminder not to take for granted the world we have created.