AMMO Ammunition Cross Section Series by Sabine Pearlman

Jun 25, 2013

Category: Living

Anatomy based artwork has been a popular trend in recent years, and this Ammo series shows that trend certainly isn’t slowing down.

Breaking down the cross sections of ammunition, Los Angeles based photographer Sabine Pearlman captured over 900 dissected specimens. The collection was completed last October in a WWII era bunker in Switzerland. Pearlman was looking to keep everything circa WWII, but it looks as though some of these are modern day. Either way it’s an awesome series showing that beauty can be found within anything. Check out some of the bullets from the collection below.

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