Each photo looks galactic and manages to catch "each trajectory line, fragmant of metal and spray of shattered plastic" in a series of cosmic pictures that immitate the night sky on a black back drop.
And if you wanted anymore convincing of how beautifully deadly bullets can be, artisit Sabine Pearlman found another contreversial format to campture them in: by cutting them in half.
Sabine's cross sectional photographs of over 900 types of bullets are astonishing; never could you imagine that so much went into one tiny metal shell. But now that you see it for yourself, you can't help but think 'ooh' for a second, before you realise 'ouch'.
It's at odds to see something so destrucitve looking so magnetising, but Pearlman's collection 'AMMO' manages to both captivate and horrify at the same time, especially considering the detail each shot captures.