Innocent people who lose their way in any way can fall into a trap. Unfortunately they are caught by bad people. The problems they face afterwards are far beyond what we can imagine. I wish all innocent people to get rid of their plight..
Most of the people who are illegally trafficked end up having their organs removed, which is inhuman. I’m satirizing this illegal act of trampling on life at will.
Barcodes represent both goods and cages, the figures tied to ropes represent victims who have lost their freedom as a result of human trafficking.
From the perspective of the victim and the offender, this series of works expresses two states of sadness and cruelty in blue and red. To hide the pain on the faces of trafficked persons and the distorted faces of the perpetrators to satisfy their selfish desires, I hope that people can find sympathy in the poster, which aims to arouse people’s attention to human trafficking. Maybe one day, this will happen to us.
The poster alludes to illegal human trafficking in order to draw public attention to this problem. The situation presented in the poster alludes to creating intoxicated people in suitcases for the purpose of selling them later. The poster can also be interpreted as a “garbage can”, i.e. the powerlessness of the victims towards their captors.
I tried to express the problem of human trafficking on the poster.
I painted a picture of an adult woman walking with her ankle suddenly being grabbed by a hand deep in the shadows. I hope this poster can remind everyone that human trafficking is not only happening in the news, but also in life.
What this work wants to express is the frequent human trafficking, using readily visible vending machines as a satire, as long as human transactions can be carried out easily, in order to appeal to human beings to respect each other and prohibit human trafficking
This poster is about the vicious world we live in where vicious actions as listed in the poster are happening through human trafficking which has to be made aware and stopped.