THE MAN OF TANMAN

erikangstrom:

“It fascinates me that older objects were so well-built, and were most likely put together by hand. These items were repaired when broken, not discarded like our devices of today.” 
-Photographer Todd McLellan tears apart objects to expose their hidden complexity.
The Smith-Corona typewriter from 1964 has 621 parts. The Swiss Army Knife? 38. 
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Agreed and Impressederikangstrom:

“It fascinates me that older objects were so well-built, and were most likely put together by hand. These items were repaired when broken, not discarded like our devices of today.” 
-Photographer Todd McLellan tears apart objects to expose their hidden complexity.
The Smith-Corona typewriter from 1964 has 621 parts. The Swiss Army Knife? 38. 
 More.

Agreed and Impressederikangstrom:

“It fascinates me that older objects were so well-built, and were most likely put together by hand. These items were repaired when broken, not discarded like our devices of today.” 
-Photographer Todd McLellan tears apart objects to expose their hidden complexity.
The Smith-Corona typewriter from 1964 has 621 parts. The Swiss Army Knife? 38. 
 More.

Agreed and Impressederikangstrom:

“It fascinates me that older objects were so well-built, and were most likely put together by hand. These items were repaired when broken, not discarded like our devices of today.” 
-Photographer Todd McLellan tears apart objects to expose their hidden complexity.
The Smith-Corona typewriter from 1964 has 621 parts. The Swiss Army Knife? 38. 
 More.

Agreed and Impressed

erikangstrom:

“It fascinates me that older objects were so well-built, and were most likely put together by hand. These items were repaired when broken, not discarded like our devices of today.”

-Photographer Todd McLellan tears apart objects to expose their hidden complexity.

The Smith-Corona typewriter from 1964 has 621 parts. The Swiss Army Knife? 38. 

More.

Agreed and Impressed

(Source: fastcompany)



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