The problem of human trafficking has existed throughout history, but it has received little public attention. The darkness and horror of human trafficking and human organ trafficking are not well known to the public. People have been paying attention to the methods used in human trafficking to kidnap and sell human beings, and to those who treat human beings as money bags and organs as money, but often ignore the prevention of buyers. The poster shows people’s painful expressions. It opens a window of the prison in the kidney, which is more representative of human organ trafficking. In this way, it shows that when you extend your hands to other people’s organs, you are also reaching into the cage.
The design associates the tape sealed on a person’s mouth with a barcode. Calling on people that everyone should not become a commodity, and boycotting the sale of people.
Human trafficking, like any product or service, reacts to supply and demand. If living beings were not consumed for labor, sexual explotation or illegal consumption, the rates of this cancer would descend considerably. Just like the plastic that generates garbage, say NO to human trafficking and all that it entails.
Poster created by two symbols, a supermarket cart and a cage, referring to the sale of people
metaphor about a suitcase in the shape of a knife, symbol of kidnapping and deprivation of liberty
Shadows After Dark
Humans become commodity traffickers, so half of the human body becomes bar codes, indicating that human beings become commodities, warning people of the dangers of human trafficking.
Protect children from harm“Visual art and sonic art are powerful together. Working together means we can save one more child or one more person from harm and that is good.”
Among the hundreds of goods loaded in a safe, the difference between human is this: he carries hope deep in his heart. Don’t sell that hope. Stop human trafficking.
A Jamaican women in the form of a sewing machine. The machine looks old, indicative of old considerations in the exploitation of women. Sewing here is a metaphor for all kinds of work that exploit women.