5.56 Bullet Rings by Michael Kononsky
by Ted Savage / February 10, 2014
Upcycling used bullets: 5.56 Bullet Rings by Michael Kononsky explore the "aesthetics of violence," searching for a deeper meaning in fired bullets, which are individually processed, mounted in sterling silver, and plated with precious metals, to display their "power and raw splendor."


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Details: A collection of 24 unique rings, variously plated in 18K gold, rose gold, rhodium and ruthenium, some with diamond inlays 5.56 mm is the caliber of a NATO-standard assault rifle round.

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Designer: Michael Kononsky is an industrial designer based in Israel.

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Source: Via MOCO Submit.

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