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  1. Charlie from Switzerland  2018 in Berlin

    Charlie from Switzerland 

    2018 in Berlin

    Charlie from Switzerland  2018 in Berlin

    Charlie from Switzerland 

    2018 in Berlin

    Lina from Hungary 2019 in London

    Lina from Hungary

    2019 in London

    Frauke from Hamburg 2018 in Szczecin 

    Frauke from Hamburg

    2018 in Szczecin 

    Aurelia from Lithuania 2019 in London

    Aurelia from Lithuania

    2019 in London

    Ivana from Switzerland  2018 in Szczecin

    Ivana from Switzerland 

    2018 in Szczecin

    Sam from Skotland  2018 in RIga

    Sam from Skotland 

    2018 in RIga

    Maria from Vallecas  2017 in Winterthur 

    Maria from Vallecas 

    2017 in Winterthur 

    Rozy from Hungry  2018 in RIga

    Rozy from Hungry 

    2018 in RIga

    Constance from Switzerland  2017 in Winterhur 

    Constance from Switzerland 

    2017 in Winterhur 

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      Charlie from Switzerland 

      2018 in Berlin

    • 2

      Lina from Hungary

      2019 in London

    • 3

      Frauke from Hamburg

      2018 in Szczecin 

    • 4

      Aurelia from Lithuania

      2019 in London

    • 5

      Ivana from Switzerland 

      2018 in Szczecin

    • 6

      Sam from Skotland 

      2018 in RIga

    • 7

      Maria from Vallecas 

      2017 in Winterthur 

    • 8

      Rozy from Hungry 

      2018 in RIga

    • 9

      Constance from Switzerland 

      2017 in Winterhur 

    These are frames from my ongoing work about Unicorns in the City. Being one of these unicorns myself, I feel an urge to document and show the other unicorns to the world. Many have heard of these mythical creatures, but only a few have claimed to have actually met them. I think these people are the strongest part of the courier community and society isn't used to see them in their daily life often asking stereotypical questions and making narrow-minded assumptions. My aim is to collect enough photos and stories of couriers who are not cis-male and make an archive with the minorities of the community, which shall be an equivalent heritage to the cis-male footprint.