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21/03/2017
We are equal.

Words by

George Tzintzis

Working Class Secret Services (WCSS) and Diesel Australia have come together to create a photographic series, exploring issues of equality in everyday Australian society.

The collab saw eight young photographers briefed to create a series of images based on their interpretation of unity and love. Each resulting image has been inspired by topics of importance in the photographers’ lives.

Hoping to break down the barriers of inequality, the shots send a powerful message that demonstrates the bright future the next generation has to offer.

The photographers include Atong Atem, Gina Nero, James J. Robinson, Jess Brohier, Lulu Bishop Chiara, Nic Ojae, Sam Wong and Wilhelm Philipp.

View the full photographic series here.

weareequal.com.au

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