This is What Politics Looks Like When You Delete Men from the Pictures – Design You Trust

This is What Politics Looks Like When You Delete Men from the Pictures


Despite a desire for parity, the world of politics remains a male-dominated environment. To highlight this disparity, the ELLE UK magazine had fun removing all the men in the pictures of politicians, leaving the meeting rooms and assemblies almost deserted. An experiment created by Alex Holder and Alyssa Boni.


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