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.
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…
Organ trafficking is the unseen form of Human Trafficking and widespread crime.
These smaller images show how weak and helpless they are in the face of these trafficking organizations.
My poster iteration focuses on spreading awareness of human trafficking and how it affects the victim, being trapped and unable to escape from their situation which is symbolized with the chains around the silhouette of the victim.
For my iteration of “Shadows After Dark” to raise awareness on human trafficking, I wanted to focus on the inhumanity of the transporting and selling of people as if they were products you could pick up at the store. I chose to illustrate a girl being trapped in a box as she’s being shipped from one location to another. No human should be trapped and treated in this way.
My poster is dedicated to the most frequent victims of the slave trade. The woman is trying to hide and save the child. The color scheme hints at the fact that she is naked. The contrasting black cage represents all the evil of this crime.
Without buying and selling, there is no harm
Be careful of the person you trust, be careful, he may be a trafficker.
Two faces of one man( one Kind and inviting, the other evil and threatening) face in opposite directions.