FIGHT AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING | China

In the poster design, the elements of handcuffs are combined with the children’s head silhouette, and the visual principle is explored by using the common and mutual relationship of elements. The work skillfully uses images to form heterosexual isomorphism. Children’s head image and handcuffs are combined to create a concise and interesting effect. The works are intended to prohibit the restriction of children’s personal freedom and trafficking in human beings, otherwise they will be subject to due legal sanctions.

Body | China

The majority of victims of trafficking are women, most of whom are forced into prostitution, priced as commodities and subjected not only to violence but also to inhuman treatment. Many elements of red are used to represent blood, violence and wounds, and green and yellow are also used as the theme of the work. The important parts of a woman’s body are priced to represent the sale and exploitation of her body as a commodity; there are also many fists and eyes, and there is more than one set of eyes and violence behind the sex trade. We should call on everyone around us to pay more attention to human trafficking and increase the publicity of human trafficking. It’s not just women, children and men who should continue to be the center of attention.