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Things Come Apart: Disassembling Objects by Todd McLellan

Things Come Apart: Disassembling Objects by Todd McLellan

Things Come Apart: Disassembling Objects by Todd McLellan

As a little kid, have you ever disassembled and took your toys apart just to see what they are made of? Toronto-based artist and photographer Todd McLellan does, even if he’s not a little kid anymore. It became his inspiration for his book Things Come Apart published by Thames & Hudson, a book full of meticulously organized photographs of vintage and modern technology broken down and laid bare.

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Mothers by Jade Beall

Mothers by Jade Beall

Mothers by Jade Beall

This photography project started when photographer Jade Beall posted photos of her post-birth body to show the world what she went through after she gave birth to her son. And then the emails started flooding in from hundreds of mothers who also want to share their life stories about their bodies.

This photo project is a movement of women coming together to tell their stories and celebrate their changing bodies so that the future generations of women can live free of suffering. These images are not Photoshopped, revealing the stretch marks and wrinkles in their bellies.

Beall has already captured 50 moms and still counting and she has written their stories from self-doubt to body confidence in a book entitled “A Beautiful Body.” These photos are meant to show mothers as they really look, imperfect but no less beautiful.

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More Than Human by Tim Flach

More Than Human by Tim Flach

More Than Human by Tim Flach

With decades of experience in photographing animals, Tim Flach surely captures the beauty, peculiarity and intelligence of the world’s exotic creatures and beasts.

His book More Than Human is a collection of striking portraits of our non-human fellow beings captured with tenderness and elegance. He spent 7 years in photographing and making this book. By taking close-up shots, Flach attempts to show how closely similar animal gestures can get to that of the humans. These serene images are a result of long research and observation done by Flach. He tested these animals on different aspects such as light, environment, music, temperature and human presence and observed them to get his desired pose or image.

He carefully created individual settings for them and these magnificent photos prove that everything paid off.

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