If only all the weapons in the world were like these Soft Weapons by Kyle Bean. Then war would be more like playtime between friends rather than events full of hate and misunderstandings. Nevertheless, these peaceful creations are not a comment on war, but a reflection on the growing popularity of guerrilla art movements such as yarn bombing.
Created for Cut magazine, the art series titled Soft Weapons by Kyle Bean, which has been photographed by Sam Hofman, is insanely clever and creative. From feather blade knives to bread knuckle dusters, Bean transforms these common arms into something fun. It is not surprising that this series is so amazing, since everything Bean touches turns to gold such as his egg and matches sculptures.
Soft Weapons by Kyle Bean is Inspired by Guerrilla Movements
Meghan Young — December 18, 2011 — Pop Culture
References: kylebean & thisiscolossal