The work takes the bar code as the basic element, isomorphism with the contour of the human body, and expresses the concept of the commercialization of population. Beating notes and rich colors remind people that this beautiful world, danger still exists!
My design is about a young girl who is involved in human trafficking reaching out to somebody and that somebody is also reaching out to help her.
The shadow after the darkness is hanging over the heart of every mother who is unfortunately trafficked. In the darkness, it seems that there are countless pairs of men’s hands coming to them. They feel desperate and struggle hard. They were forced to scream and cry for help. Only the tears and the distant cry were muffled in the silent night.
This poster is a poster of someone crying into a bucket with type that says, “stop child labor.”
Trafficking and trafficking of women for the purpose of sexual exploitation increases, the victims of traffickers end up trapped in prostitution networks from which they cannot easily escape, they become sexual baits against their will.
Regardless of when or how a victim of human trafficking falls into the clutches of their abusers, they each are caught in a seemingly endless exchange of hands.
The trafficking of girls increases every year in several countries of the world, they are forced to be domestic employees in exchange for low pay, and they are exploited at work, almost as lifeless objects.
The poster depicts a bloodied prisoner chain belonging to a victim, who is implied to be nearby but out of the frame. The blood from the victim is trickling to the middle of the poster, where the victim has written the words “stolen people, stolen dreams” in their blood. It is up to the viewer to decide the fate of the victim, and if they were dragged away from the scene. Similarly to many unfortunate victims of human trafficking, all that remains is the broken pieces to tell us their story.
This poster has taken inspiration from the harmful processes within the fish industry to illustrate the devastating realities of human trafficking. Like the fish in the ocean, victims of human trafficking are forcefully taken out of their homes and environments in large quantities and then placed in unnatural and uncomfortable conditions to be sold. They go from being free individuals in their natural habitats to enslaved commercial products in a matter of days.