What this work wants to express is the frequent human trafficking, using readily visible vending machines as a satire, as long as human transactions can be carried out easily, in order to appeal to human beings to respect each other and prohibit human trafficking
This poster is about the vicious world we live in where vicious actions as listed in the poster are happening through human trafficking which has to be made aware and stopped.
The poster consists of an illustration depicting humans as dolls, stripped off of their will power, forced to walk down a path of slavery and seen as mere objects to be used. All this, paired along with the bold ‘END THIS MODERN SLAVERY’ is meant to bring awareness regarding human trafficking to the public eye.
This poster is a rebellion-like poster for the stopping and awareness of human trafficking, which includes selling people. Humans are not for sale.
Barcodes represent both goods and cages, the figures tied to ropes represent victims who have lost their freedom as a result of human trafficking.
This is my last poster for this contest. When I started to think about this contest, there were only ”chains” and ”wings” on my mind. So I thought human trafficking take freedom from people. People should live with freedom. They shouldn’t be captured or in chains. And I thought ”Birds cant live without their wings too. Because its their freedom”
In the end I created this image. A bird breaking the chains with its beak. And flying away.
If you can’t think a bird without its wings, you can’t think a human without its freedom neither.
Most of the people who are illegally trafficked end up having their organs removed, which is inhuman. I’m satirizing this illegal act of trampling on life at will.
The artwork named “Following” is trying to get attention to the idea that danger might come from everywhere. Eyes follows you everywhere even if you dont see them.