Similar language symbols represent very different contents, combined with each other, giving meaningless Western letters with the meaning of money, and forming words, an attempt.
This poster tells story about a child who is caged alone and is in danger. The hands represent the traffickers or predators who are trying to catch the child. Theme are using dark and gloomy feeling with simple vector used.
boxes the cruel reality human trafficking
Stop human trafficking
Body parts become the economic incentive and temptation for human trafficking. Please stop human trafficking
Human nature is good, because money becomes devil.
As an observer of human trafficking cases, I am very sad to see cases of human trafficking continue to occur. This poster design I created was inspired by a film, which tells the story of a victim of human trafficking who wants to be free soon. The freedom in this poster design is depicted with a person running on the key of the handcuffs. Coupled with red in the background, it gives the impression of energy and courage, courage to be free from the bondage of human trafficking.
I designed the poster with the barcod idea because this peoples are product according to them and it needs to stop.
The scattered puzzle pieces put together form the whole. The puzzle pieces are like every family member in the family, only when the puzzle returned to their place is complete.
Every family member is drawn on each puzzle, one of the puzzles is not where it should be, which symbolizes her being abducted by human traffickers. The black puzzle symbolizes the shadow in the hearts of all family members.
The color of the poster is black, white and gray, which embodies sadness and loss of life.
Because more cases are children being trafficked, the design is also considered from the perspective of children, not only adults can understand, but also children are interested in understand and think.
Stop human trafficking, every family should be complete.
This poster represents the submission of whoever is being trafficked is submitted. The hands symbolize the dealer with the red in his hands to portray the blood spilled by the slave labor of the victims, who are forced to work at minimal costs, without conditions and without will.