The poster depicts a bunch of airport terminal signs in their usual manner. The only difference is that instead of pointing directions to places in the airport, the 2 lower ones depict the direction that the unaware victim is heading after passing through customs: captivity and forced labour. The slogan at the end warns the viewer to “look at the signs” which means not only to look at possible signs of human trafficking, but the literal act of looking at the airport signs.
The poster is a metaphor about the way that human trafficking is treating people like inanimate objects that you can buy.
This poster represents the forced treatment that many people experience in human trafficking. This inhumane tool represents what human trafficking can lead victims to feel. Chained, trapped, and held captive away from their family and friends. I believe human trafficking needs to end by letting all the victims go.
Passing train on it’s way. No idea where it will lead to and what that place will bring for you in the future.
The work combines bar code with bound people to emphasize the theme of prohibiting human trafficking.
We never know how many dark corners there are in the world. These dark traffickers drag pure and lovely children into the darkness, causing endless harm to the children.
In this design I want to tell about the difference between seeing something and what actual happens. In this case, we see a man whit a child but what you see is just a men with a kid. In reality the men has trafficked this girl into a suitcase to a country and use her for human trafficking.
They are all there from time to time even the locals are aware of what is happening but nobody stops this scheme.
The world is acting like it’s left in history books. We all are red-handed on this.
Unfortunately, there is a dirty trade in the world called human trafficking, women and girls are the biggest victims. We are all responsible for this and everyone should try to stop this trade in its place.
are we really helping? While helping people, we need to think about the end.