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Apart Push Lawn Mower and Old Push Lawn Mower by Todd McLellan
When this old lawn mower was thrown away, its pieces were still in working order. Part of artist Todd McLellan’s Disassembly series, these intriguing images examine—piece by piece—beautifully built machines that have been replaced by newer technology.
Prints of these editions begin at $24. 
Apart Push Lawn Mower and Old Push Lawn Mower by Todd McLellan
When this old lawn mower was thrown away, its pieces were still in working order. Part of artist Todd McLellan’s Disassembly series, these intriguing images examine—piece by piece—beautifully built machines that have been replaced by newer technology.
Prints of these editions begin at $24. 

Apart Push Lawn Mower and Old Push Lawn Mower by Todd McLellan

When this old lawn mower was thrown away, its pieces were still in working order. Part of artist Todd McLellan’s Disassembly series, these intriguing images examine—piece by piece—beautifully built machines that have been replaced by newer technology.

Prints of these editions begin at $24. 

Old Wind-Up Clock and Apart Wind-Up Clock by Todd McLellanAll of the pieces Todd McLellan photographed for his Disassembly series were in working order. These well-built objects had been assembled using glue—not screws.  “I envisioned all the enjoyment these pieces had given many people for many years, all to be replaced by new technology that will itself be rapidly replaced with half the use,” says McLellan. See more works from Disassembly, all available for purchase on 20x200.
Old Wind-Up Clock and Apart Wind-Up Clock by Todd McLellanAll of the pieces Todd McLellan photographed for his Disassembly series were in working order. These well-built objects had been assembled using glue—not screws.  “I envisioned all the enjoyment these pieces had given many people for many years, all to be replaced by new technology that will itself be rapidly replaced with half the use,” says McLellan. See more works from Disassembly, all available for purchase on 20x200.

Old Wind-Up Clock and Apart Wind-Up Clock by Todd McLellan

All of the pieces Todd McLellan photographed for his Disassembly series were in working order. These well-built objects had been assembled using glue—not screws.  “I envisioned all the enjoyment these pieces had given many people for many years, all to be replaced by new technology that will itself be rapidly replaced with half the use,” says McLellan. See more works from Disassembly, all available for purchase on 20x200.

New on 20x200: Old Camera by Todd McLellan

10”x8” ($20) | 14”x11” ($50) | 20”x16” ($200) | 30”x24” ($1000)

In the newsletter, Jen writes: 

If you fancy yourself more of a fan than a photographer, today’s print Old Camera by Todd McLellan just might satisfy the shutterbug within you. This dismantled simple machine joins ranks with Todd’s Old Typewriter andOld Flip Clock. Affinities for these seemingly ancient objects run deep. My very first camera was a hand-me-down, classic Pentax K1000 and I’m guessing it was the first for many of you, too. I don’t take that many pictures these days but never lost my love for the medium. And I can tell you, one of the next best things to making images is supporting those who are in the thick of making work, which is exactly what you’re doing when you buy prints here—supporting artists at work. Opportunities for artists and the people who love them abound!

New on 20x200: Old Typewriter by Todd McLellan

10”x8” ($20) | 14”x11” ($50) | 20”x16” ($200) | 30”x24” ($1000)

In the newsletter, Jen writes:

Old Typewriter is our first offering from Canadian photographer Todd McLellan—it’s but one of the many fascinating photographs in his Disassembly series.

The series has been the subject of ooh-ing and ahh-ing all across the interwebs as of late, garnering the attention of sites like Boing BoingThe Fox is BlackLaughing SquidFlavorwire and (of course!) Things Organized Neatly. All these sites being frequent destinations of mine, Todd’s imagery kept popping up in my RSS feed again and again, and I was just pleased as punch when he accepted our invitation to create 20x200 editions from the series. (That’s right, I said “editions.” As in plural. As in: there’s more to come!)