Raygun 52 is a Collective Initiative to Create the Most Original Ray Guns Ever

Raygun 52 is a collective effort from designers around the world initiated by Alex Griendling in hopes of creating some of the coolest Ray Guns around.

How’s Raygun 52 post organized?

Fairly simple! The total project comprises 52 pieces (1 per week over a period of 52 weeks) and I have no intention of stealing their thunder. I urge you to go and check out all these pieces on the project’s official site. In the meantime you can scroll down and enjoy the modest 15 designs I personally chose to display here. I truly think more light deserves to be shed on this project.

The Ab Zapper 5000 by Lucas Richards

Raygun 52 - Ab Zapper 5000
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Catalytic Particle Reflector by Tracy Harris

Raygun 52 - Catalytic Particle Reflector
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The Fuel Rod by Alex Griendling

Raygun 52 - Fuel Rod
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Gaijin Scrambler by Adam Brackney

Raygun 52 - Gaiijin Scrambler
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Gemerald Blaster by Zac Neulieb

Raygun 52 - Gemerald Blaster
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GLORBRAY by Joey Ellis

Raygun 52 - Glorbray
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The Grinder by Matt Stevens

Raygun 52 - Grinder
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Heat Ray 6000 by Simon C Page

Raygun 52 - Heat Ray 6000
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The Jackpot by Dan Matutina

Raygun 52 - Jackpot Gun
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Loose Cannon IX by Sophia Foster-Dimino

Raygun 52 - Loose Cannon
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P-51 Mustang “Bombs Away” by Adam Turman

Raygun 52 - P51 Mustang
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EA Mark27 “The Percolator” by Emory Allen

Raygun 52 - Percolator
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The Plasma Cannon Mk. XIII by Justin Mezzell

Raygun 52 - Plasma Cannon
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The Refraculator by Seth Nickerson

Raygun 52 - Refraculator
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The Thunderbuss by Duncan Wilson

Raygun 52 - Thunderbuss
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Go check out the others!

I hope you enjoyed my personal selection but again I urge you to go check out the others by clicking here. They all deserve to be seen.

See you guys next week.

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