Photographer (and secret samurai warrior) Sabine Pearlman's new photo series entitled "Ammo" features the cross sections of 900 rounds of ammunition. The bullets were sliced lengthwise and photographed inside a WWII bunker in Switzerland. The clean cuts reveal cool and complex configurations of primers, powder, metal, and other components that most people never see or consider. Pearlman says that the project is a "reflection of the human condition." The neat, beautiful interiors are in stark contrast to the ugly destruction that the bullets were created for.

[via JunkCulture]

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