This is the first available item from the Humanium Initiative, which uses the metal from guns confiscated by the police to make products that create revenue for anti-violence groups.
The metal case on a new watch might have once been part of an AK-47 owned by a gang member in El Salvador. The watch, made by the Swedish brand Triwa, is the first product to use a new material branded as Humanium–a metal made by melting down guns that have been confiscated by police.
“The watch industry is very focused on precious metals and status, and we saw with this metal we could use the symbolic value of a watch for something bigger,” says Ludvig Scheja, cofounder and creative director of Triwa.
— Leer en www.fastcompany.com/40586532/this-watch-is-made-from-melted-down-guns
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