This is a bloody hand with a puddle of blood underneath it. On the hand, it said “Don’t Look Away.” The hand belongs to the victim showing how dangerous and consequential human trafficking is to them and their loved ones. Violence and abuse are reoccuring themes of human trafficking, as represented by the bloody hand and the puddle of blood. The poster is asking the viewer to not look away from the realities of human trafficking.
I USED TYPOGRAPHY AND METAPHORIZATION TECHNIQUE IN MY POST. I REFLECTED MY AFTER FROM A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE LOOKING FOR PEOPLE NOT TO BE SOLD AS GOODS.
The “Peek-a-boo Game” comes true in some families, and they spend a lifetime looking for their kids.
This work is mainly shown through the trading two-dimensional code, in the two-dimensional code, human as clearly priced items appear. The profit of human trafficking is in sharp contrast to the value of a piece of clothing. It is because there is a market demand and profit that the human trade occurs.Fight human trafficking with irony.
Today, the problems caused by human trafficking are getting bigger. The Poster is designed to draw attention to these problems. The problems caused by human trafficking should be prevented, those responsible should be punished and victims should be helped. The two hand figures on the poster illustrate this. Who receives and helps. The stars that make up the hands express the power, effect and enthusiasm of music.
Using the Negative Space to express the image of the label, the label is composed of the hands and feet of the victims, and the raised hands implies a cry for help.
For women who have been victimized by capital, are they really commodities?In our mind, what is the real commodity?
When a stranger gives you candy, please think about his purpose.
TUYA-PROTECT HUMAN; Oppose human trafficking by falsifying images of people.
The combination of characters and animals shows the situation and experience of trafficked persons, and reflects the state of being objectified into animals that are visited or sold after being deprived of their freedom, self-esteem, etc.