People should not be treated as commodities, let alone as a source of economic income. We should stop this behavior and speak up for them.Combining the word “strawberry” with the word “stop” is an advocacy to stop treating people as commodities.
AN INVISIBLE HAND STOPS US FROM SAYING ANYTHING WHEN ANY SORT OF TROUBLE HAPPENED TO US.WE NEED TO REMOVE THAT HAND AND SPEAK UP.WE NEED TO SPEAK UP FOR MYSELF AND FOR OURSELF
If you are indifferent to the phenomenon of human trafficking, you could be next.Posters form an undifferentiated human face by superimposing the faces of trafficked persons. You can see your own reflection through the posters. If everyone does not pay attention to it, you may be the next trafficked person.
The adventure of people dragged to death on their way to migration
Sex trafficking sees its victims as toy to play with.
NOT FOR SALE
STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING
The main body of my work is a cage made of barcodes, and a hand stretched out from the cage, eagerly reaching out to the outside world. The bar code represents “sale”. The cage, like a prison, represents people who have lost their freedom due to human trafficking. The color of the notes outside the cage represents reggae music, which symbolizes hope and hopes to save them and lead a better life.
The bar code used in consumption represents money, which sews the mouth of the trafficked person like thread. Money forces people to be silent, and it also hurts the trafficked person.
Human trafficking is most commonly trafficked for sexual slavery, forced labor (labor exploitation) or sexual exploitation for traffickers or others. Those who do this trade get rich this way. This poster draws attention to this situation.
I wanted the poster to visually cut the ties between oppressor and human trafficking survivors and victims.