In the poster , we can see the quote “Another life stolen” creating a falling effect as it moves down to the botton of the poster. Where there is a bird who has lost it’s freedom due to how the wings and feathers are falling apart.Futhermore we can see on the top of the poster birds who have lost their freedom as well and falling.Thus, conveying the loss of freedom.
The poster is about a person who is a slave in the human trafficking business and is stuck in a pit, while there are hands holding on cash towards the slave.
Poster creative USES the money element joining together, around a
crying child to express the phenomenon of child trafficking.
The clever kid left a trace, but it’s too late.
I started off my research by watching ted talks of victims speak about their exploitation. There was a common thread highlighted by many of them; society thinks of human trafficking as a very remote and outlying subject. Images of hands being tied and mouths being shut are associated with the word ‘human trafficking’, whereas in reality, victims are people just like you and me. They are in houses you walk by or in stores you buy your clothes from. Survivors are socially excluded and labelled which forces them to relapse.
Credit: Wade Hudson is a talented Jamaican-born, Toronto-based photographer. Renowned for his striking work across portraiture, beauty and lifestyle, highlighting the best sides of everyday people. His projects named, Jamaica and Pickney (children) are used in the posters.
Combining organs with hands from large to small, showing that the traffickers quickly snatch the organs without people’s consciousness
Human trafficking is a worldwide phenomenon.
The media is continuously raising awareness and concern about it.
So does, through posters, graphic design.
These smaller images show how weak and helpless they are in the face of these trafficking organizations.