DesignCrowd Puts Mos On Politicians For Movember

  • Turnbull
  • Palmer
  • Howard
  • Hockey
  • Abbott
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Movember is obviously a great cause and heaps of Aussies (and people around the world) are taking part.

To date, four million moustaches have been grown worldwide. But there was one group that was letting down the team: Aussie politicians.

DesignCrowd.com.au, the Australian crowdsourcing startup and virtual design studio – home to more than 420,000 designers – asked its community to put moustaches on Australian politicians and help them get in the Movember spirit.

All moustache styles were accepted, but above are some of the best results.

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