help | China

From the graphic point of view, several small hands represent the abducted children who are eager to be rescued, while the large hands represent the people who are going to be rescued. Wearing a string of musical symbols on the hands represents light and hope. From the perspective of color, red and beige echo each other, forming a positive and negative pole, which can highlight the strong desire for freedom of abducted children

Like Kids in a Candy Store | Israel

The poster portrays child trafficking. Children are put in a vending machine as a metaphor for buying a candy, an everyday activity for a child. This is why the poster presents the kids at a very low cost, to show how easy it is to buy a child. The color palette is composed of strong dramatic colors to enhance the poster’s concept and to put an emphasis on the terror that is involved with this horrible act.

Promising Handshake | Malaysia

The poster focuses around Forced Labour segment of Human Trafficking and represents the concept of the man in need, who find the solution or the opportunity to solve his life essential needs and struggles by shaking hand with another man, who seems to have status and connections and obviously building the world of promises to the one in need to gain his trust. The man in need being trapped in his situation and not knowing what to do, follows the man with the promises blindly, without knowing what he is signing for. Once the promising handshake happened, the man signed himself to the forced labour and disappearing without a trace by undergoing unimaginable conditions and attitude of those who are behind this filthy business.