︎ WhiteRabbit, Hungary 
Concept︎ Art Director


Alma Vetlényi, “Equal Colors” ︎︎︎ Leave the color differences for the clothes ︎

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Hungary has seen a rise in xenophobic and racist movements and attacks. It has reached such high scales in the Hungarian government that, in 2018, the UN Human Rights Chief called the country's Prime Minister a racist.


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Hungary has seen a rise in xenophobic and racist movements and attacks. It has reached such high scales in the Hungarian government that, in 2018, the UN Human Rights Chief called the country's Prime Minister a racist.Hungary has seen a rise in xenophobic and racist movements and attacks. It has reached such high scales in the Hungarian government that, in 2018, the UN Human Rights Chief called the country's Prime Minister a racist. Hungary has seen a rise in xenophobic and racist movements and attacks. It has reached such high scales in the Hungarian government that, in 2018, the UN Human Rights Chief called the country's Prime Minister a racist.

For the International Day of the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, we used the launch of Alma Vetlenyi's new collection to make a strong statement against racism.



For the International Day of the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, we used the launch of Alma Vetlenyi's new collection to make a strong statement against racism. We recreated four iconic photos that symbolize the battle of the Civil Rights Movement in the USA and pictured the characters in them the same way – colorless, focusing only on the contrast of colors on clothes.For the International Day of the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, we used the launch of Alma Vetlenyi's new collection to make a strong statement against racism. We recreated four iconic photos that symbolize the battle of the Civil Rights Movement in the USA and pictured the characters in them the same way – colorless, focusing only on the contrast of colors on clothes.

We recreated four iconic photos that symbolize the battle of the Civil Rights Movement in the USA and pictured  the characters in them the same way – colorless, focusing only on the contrast of colors on clothes.
We recreated four iconic photos that symbolize the battle of the Civil Rights Movement in the USA and pictured the characters in them the same way – colorless, focusing only on the contrast of colors on clothes.