Humanium Metal is not the elusive material the protagonists in the coming Avatar movie are trying to protect. It’s far more important, actually. Humanium Metal is made from illegal firearms that have been melted down. For TRIWA’s latest run of watches, the brand teamed with IM Swedish Development Partner to obtain the metal and use it in crafting the timepieces. TRIWA took the metal and molded it into the watch cases seen here. While the attractive timepieces are worth copping regardless, the purchase of Humanium Metal also helps the societies where the firearms were originally collected, as a portion of the proceeds go to support the victims of armed violence. The entire collection is up on Kickstarter now and it has already crushed its funding goal.