Get to know the curious anatomy of firearm projectiles

If you're a gun fan and are interested in information such as caliber and firepower, have you ever wondered how bullets are inside? In this case, check out the interesting work developed by photographer Sabine Pearlman, who clicked on a true arsenal made up of several longitudinally cut ammunition types.

Sabine photographed the projectiles - 900 different items - inside a World War II bunker in Switzerland and, according to the photographer, the idea of ​​the project came from the ambiguous nature of these objects. As explained, the longitudinal cuts reveal their incredible complexity and beauty, which are aspects that counteract the destructive purpose for which projectiles are created.

Thus, with this series, the photographer tries to convey a reflection of the human condition through the representation of evil and beauty in a single object. Check out some of Sabine's work below, or click this link to visit the full portfolio site:

1 - Trio of respect

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2 - Curves and Straight

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3 - Imagine the damage

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4 - Dangerous pair

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5 - Run!

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