Show Love Bullets you support War Child
We all have charities we believe in and support. Every cause is important. Each penny donated makes a difference to someone’s life.
With so many existing charities nowadays, I had never heard of the charity called War Child up until now. A percentage of all products purchased by you from Love Bullets goes towards aiding children from war-torn countries.
The name of the brand itself, Love Bullets, created by Martin Jegede is self-explanatory. It is a very powerful message Martin and his team of artists are trying to convey to the public – “Make Love NOT War”. Their creations use traditional symbols of destruction and transform them into innovative works of art and accessories.
Their range of jewellery starts from as reasonable a price as £21 and even trend setters such as Lilly Allen and Cheryl Cole have been seen around town wearing Love Bullet.
If you are looking for something basic and simple, the “Mini Mortar Bomb Pendant” is the perfect item for you. Wear it with a t-shirt or even a black dress.
Their new line “Amo Ammo” launched at London Fashion Week in 2011, jazzes up the use of artillery into symbols of beauty by incorporating beads, semi-precious stones and pearls. Take a look at this “Carnelian Gem Stone Grenade Bracelet”.
This “Black Bead Ammo Necklace” uses two of their popular symbols – a grenade and mortar bomb. It is an ingenious idea. Who thinks of wearing ammunition?
This creative team of Martin, Desirabelle, William, Lambert and Kohn do not only make jewellery. They are also determined to communicate with the public through their music at the Glastonbury Festival and original art pieces.
Just like wearing a pink bow is symbolic in the fight against cancer, wearing a bullet or grenade as an accessory shows your support and helps spread the awareness of children suffering by war. Why not make that step and purchase an item to show you care?