Ernest Hemingway once said "the first draft of anything is shit". It's not a steadfast rule — often the discarded object, the thing abandoned halfway, can be alluring as something in its complete, polished state. The pulchritude of an artwork, a manuscript, whatever, is not tied to its fullness alone. During construction, things are shifted and broken, and there is worth in that too. Here, five creatives share pieces in progress that never made it, drafts and developments. Bits that didn't work or later became something bigger.