Human traffickers lure children through candy, making these children and their families into a hopeless situation, candy is like a trap, holding children and their families hostage.
Traffickers around the world kidnap and trade women and children, use violence against them and hold them captive. These women and children are constantly traded, forced into prostitution and labor, causing great physical and mental persecution. They are like Barbie dolls in the hands of the buyer, who can only be manipulated and destroyed.
Human trafficking is the third largest crime industry in the world, behind drug dealing and arms trafficking, and is the fastest-growing activity of trans-national criminal organizations. My name is Petros Marzelos, born in Greece, I studied graphic design, sketching, and web design. I have participated in several poster competitions. The poster is a mix of illustration and pagination, the couple in the photo is from an article in “Independent” newspaper . (photographed by Sandra Hoyn)
People of all ages are suddenly lost. Many issues could not be clarified. In this poster I wanted to talk about the kidnapping of refugee children. Some are sold by the organ mafia and others as slaves to pedophiles. They desperately need any steps to take in this regard. And this is one step.
A man with his hands tied, a bar code like a cage. Always be warned: stop human trafficking.
An sinful black hand stretches to a panic manual doll, under the dark shadow, the population is selling.
The Lock, a simple metaphor for the plight of millions.
A life should not have a price.
This poster represents organ trafficking, something similar to sale of cattle, because the human body is already a symbol of money and exchange, one of the most illegally trafficked organs is the kidney, an organ so valuable that it is treated as merchandise, just like beef. With this analogy I was inspired to make the poster.
In this poster we can see one of the most important problems around the world, the baby traffic, that should certainly be eradicated, this poster seeks to raise awareness that bellies are not for sale.