Resist the trafficking of human organs.
The poster features a agonized woman with her hands tied. The poster conveys different keywords associated with Human Trafficking collectively forming a typography against the background. The words highlight the different issues related to the matter.
In this study on human trafficking, I tried to express the cabins in which the people kidnapped by ship are kept in perspective using a perspective, and I used a life buoy to represent the hope of working.
People are not for sale, human trafficking is prohibited
The poster shows that people secretly put price tags on their confidants or friends in a state of excitement and relaxation, because people show their weaknesses and security risks to people close to them. In this case, it is inevitable to cause some new evil people to have some illegal ideas.
A road—representing the routes traveled by human traffickers—becomes part of the contour of a woman’s body representing some of the most common victims of human trafficking, women sold into sex slavery.
I am a senior vocational student named LIU, JUN-HONG and I am from Taiwan.
I drew this picture about [Human Trafficking], I want to say if I can reduce the problem of human trafficking in the world
Even if I can’t help much, but I hope I can help the world a little bit
Human beings are not commodities, and they cannot be bought and sold like game console games. Without buying and selling, there is no harm.
The whole work is composed of three colors, black, white and green, which form a sharp contrast visually. The black bar code is a metaphor for human trafficking cages and the truck containers used to transport human , with the words “combat human trafficking” at the bottom naming the theme. The green hand signifies the strength to break free of a cage, and the green color signifies infinite hope.
The whole work is intended to express that people are acting against human trafficking and hope that the day will come when there is no evil of human trafficking.
The trafficking of children accounts for a large proportion of human trafficking. Some of these children are sold to war borders to serve as child soldiers, carrying heavy guns on their small shoulders and risking their lives at any time. The work combines lollipops which represent children’s innocence and gun barrels, and appeals to society to oppose human trafficking through satire.