My poster depicts a guitar and its shadow. The guitar looks like falling down in the poster. My idea is that, the guitar represents the victims of human trafficking. The shadow represents the trauma and harm human trafficking brings to people. Human trafficking traumatize those victims, making them live in trauma and harm.
Without buying and selling, there is no harm
Be careful of the person you trust, be careful, he may be a trafficker.
The victims of human trafficking originate from the poor and repressed social classes.
In this poster, the human silhouette cut into a sheet board is a vivid symbol of their ordeal.
A shadow in the dark…
Child sex trafficking victims have a broken childhood and they got stuck into adult, feminine things they don’t belong. Red lipstick represents femininity, the paint represent childhood.
The poster depicts a broken guitar and a lion’s face behind the strings. The guitar and the lion represent the victims of human trafficking. Just like the guitar, victims’ lives are broken. Like the lion, victims of human trafficking are imprisoned. Victims are also angry. Red conveys anger. Besides, red also represents blood, which indicates that victims are harmed by human trafficking.
A broken mirror and words mean a dangerous situation for those who are being trafficked.
The running girl is chased by the snake. The snake represents the human trafficking organization. The weak girl tries her best to run to get rid of the human trafficking organization. Through this poster, we call on the world to help these children who are getting rid of human trafficking organizations and stop human trafficking.
Because women are the main target group of human trafficking, the poster uses the red lips of women and the positive and negative forms of the band to express the rejection of human trafficking through music and call for public attention to human trafficking.
These smaller images show how weak and helpless they are in the face of these trafficking organizations.