Boris Bally's Urban Mojo.

Artist Boris Bally said:

"Most aboriginal cultures, including this country's own native Americans, have adorned themselves with jewelry made of various animal parts such as feathers, fur, leather, claws, bones, or teeth. These served as talismanic charms and, in the form of the archetypal "bear-claw necklace," gave a hunter/warrior the spirit and strength of the animal whose disabled "weapons" he was wearing. Such a necklace was perceived as a symbol of bravery, strength and respect"

He made his "urban mojo" from 100 hand-gun triggers! Link (via Jaf Project)


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