Todd McLellan's Exploding Photography

#Art

Tue, Apr 26th, 2011 22:00 by capnasty NEWS

Toronto-based Todd McLellan pushes his mad skills in photography one step further than the norm: he takes ordinary household objects and -- with the precision of a surgeon -- meticulously takes them apart. Then he takes photos of them, first as an ordered catalogue of all the components and then as an exploding mangle of pieces. To see these images, visit his site by clicking here, and once there, click on New York New Work.

Incidentally, the image above is courtesy of Todd McLellan who kindly let me use it for this post.

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