Cohen Medson


Post a photo on Instagram with the hashtag #honestlockdowncomp and a three word summary of the photo.
The photo must have been taken during a lockdown but can be of anything you like.

Yourself, Your friends, Your house, Your neighbourhood

The only important thing is that it represents what you experienced in lockdown.

It can be taken on a phone or DSLR

Edited or unedited, doesn’t bother me.
Submit by end of November but you also must be following me @cjmedson to be considered for the top prize. 

What’s in it for you? You will win. 
1x Framed printed version of your entry - A1 size (59.4 x 84.1cm)

Or if it’s too raw, happy to do a different print for you.

It’s would be unusual not to spend a little time acknowledging the impact that lockdowns
have had on mental health around the world. Here is an opportunity to share your experiences either
good or bad in a way to let go of the locked down way of life.

We’re also looking to raise money for Movember which is to be donated to men’s mental health services.
According to Lifeline, nine Australians take their own lives every day – more than double the national road toll – and 75 per cent of those are men.
Suicide is the leading cause of death for Australians between the ages of 15 and 44.

The rate in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples is twice that of their
non-Indigenous counterparts, while people in rural populations are twice as likely to take their own lives than their city counterparts.

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