Photo Series Show What It's Like To Have A Gun Pointing At Your Face
Aug 23, 2013 19:12
Here's hoping that this is the closest that any of us ever gets to staring down the barrel of a gun. Shot by Toronto-based photographer Peter Andrew, this photography series called “Point Blank” offers a different perspective at famous handgun models like the Smith and Wesson .38 revolver, Desert Eagle and Uzi. The result makes these guns look almost unrecognizable. The photos are also blown up, so you get to see all the tiny details and imperfections on the metal.
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