For many the word bonded comes with a positive connotation. We bond with our families, friends, and even pets. In this poster, I wanted to use the image of the arms of a woman who is bonded up with rope/fabric. This is what happens to many women in human trafficking. They are tied up and held against their will. Many of us worry so much about our personal lives that we never think about the real world. So many different people from different places, different races, different genders, and sexual orientation get taken and put into a world that they don’t want to be in. They’re held against their will and are bonded up such as the image in my poster.
I wanted to show pain in my poster and the girl I drew really helped to show the pain, sadness, and shame people go through when put in situations such as human trafficking. I put a spotlight to represent how human are unfortunately used for unwanted attention and money. I named it I Am Not For Sale to grab peoples attention because most people are used to seeing “For Sale.” Also, I implied lyrics from the song, “Shadows After Dark.”
A ray of hope that lit up the darkness and lost prints, fragments of destinies …
We can say that these are the prints of people praying for all this to end.
Nothing goes unnoticed. Each person in this life leaves their mark
(whether in history, on earth or in digital space).
So the surrounding reality leaves its mark on everyone.
women are more exposed to human trafficking
Need to stop immediately.
In the 2018 global report on human trafficking, the United Nations points out that an estimated 8 million people are trafficked in a year.
Women have become the main target of trafficking, accounting for 49%, and children account for 30%. The theme of our poster design is to reflect the current situation of human trafficking, alert the international community and boycott human trafficking.
Poster screen using black and white contrast visual effect, in order to reflect this dark transaction. In front of him is a cunning and insidious person like a fox. There is a black purse around his waist. He uses a rope to drag several boxes containing women and children behind him like a dark road of no return. In the distance, there are more vulnerable groups locked in the boxes. They can only wait to be sold.
In the 2018 global report on human trafficking, the United Nations points out that an estimated 8 million people are trafficked in a year.Women have become the main target of trafficking, accounting for 49%, and children account for 30%. The theme of our poster design is to reflect the current situation of human trafficking, alert the international community and boycott human trafficking.A couple, holding a bear, it seems that they lack a child and want to trade children with human traffickers. The background of the picture is yellow, which reflects an atmosphere of oppression and oppression. It advocates global resistance to human trafficking and protection of the human rights of vulnerable groups.
in this poster, I would like to discuss the human trafficking problem, and in this poster, people being treated like auction products. and being sold.
The poster uses the English word “SELL” to form an isomorphism with the birdcage, which not only implies that the people locked inside have lost their freedom like the birds, but also conveys the idea that they are sold mercilessly.
The black background in the picture suggests the inner helplessness of “people” and their difficult situation in the dark at this time. The use of green for the cage is meant to convey the meaning of “SELL”, since Jamaican coins are mostly green; The use of white not only highlights the picture, but also conveys a hope that you can fly out of the cage and become an independent and free person.
Women and children always encounter the risk of social harm. In the problem of human trafficking, these two creatures suffer the most. Children are gullible, their world is colorful. I wanted to show their colorful world in contrast with devil side of human. in the colored Hearts are the Victim of the Devil, I portrayed the issue of human trafficking (organ trafficking) through the lens of the harm done to innocent children.