to show us what we know but do not know that we know.
There are those who glorify them, and those who suffer. McCrow captures this polarising behaviour and brings the subject into the 21st Century, to look beyond their new representation, to acknowledge the dark story
weapons carry, and challenge our sanitised view of weaponry, our reaction to them in front of us and with that,
our own morality.
road to damascus
Marines Commando in Afghanistan. It was one of the catalysts that turned a distinct fascination
with guns and weaponry into questions about individual purpose, morality, hidden stories and the
ability of one person to make a difference.
The 5 permanent members of the UN Security Council (US, Russia, France, United Kingdom and China), together with Germany and Italy account for around 85% of all sales, and business is booming.
…so much so, you can pick up an AK47 for the price of a bag of rice.
Eventually after years of conflict, many small arms end up in unsecured or poorly managed stockpiles. Left unchecked, they continue to be a direct threat to local people, as lawless armed groups continue to steal, smuggle and sell around one million weapons a year.
Destruction of these surplus and illicit stockpiles ends the cycle of that gun’s violence.
It saves lives and stabilises communities.
McCrow invite’s you to support One Less Gun, which is simply dedicated to reducing the number of surplus and illicit weapons and promoting a social responsibility to that end.