The photo project by Sabine Pearlman, which is called Ammo, shows us an unusual perspective of bullets. Even if you are familiar with firearms, it is unlikely that you’ve been so lucky to see a bullet like this before.
As Sabine Pearlman says, the cross-section allows you to see the complexity and the beauty of the form along with the huge force of destruction. That’s the gist of human beings, according to the photographer: simultaneous evil and beauty. At this time in Sabine’s collection are about 900 shots, and each of them is unique somehow. The author deliberately used a simple background, trying to focus all attention on the bullets.
Photo by Sabine Pearlman