The number of victims of human trafficking is estimated to be around 21 million worldwide. A composition consisting of a barcode and pictographs of a man, woman and child.
A lost relative is like a kite with its line broken. You know he/she’s gone but you can do nothing about it. To prevent this from happening, please take precautions so that we can protect the people we love the most. let’s keep every family safe and stop human trafficking.
77% of trafficked women are trafficked for sex.
People cannot forcefully love. They cannot be forced to give someone their love. They cannot be forcibly sold to
anyone. The love and life of man are not for sale. While explaining the subject; I thought of the Shadows After Dark
lyrics. Colors and demeanor had to be completely reggae.
Human trafficking is “a crime against humanity” as it denies the victims’ human dignity and sees them as mere products to be used to enrich another. In this poster, there is a sad, young woman standing inside a box. She is like a doll in its box waiting for being sold in the store. I wanted to emphasize that, in the eyes of the human traffickers who put her in this situation, she is no different from any other product. Therefore I arranged typographic elements as tags.
This is a series of posters.The poster uses silhouettes of women and children combined with barbed wire to express illegal detention and trafficking.
There is a beautiful eye under the ugly appearance, but the eye is permeated with ugly, vicious claws. The devil’s claw is reaching the palm of the helpless child. Beautiful eyes are the appearance of lies. Inside, it is a vicious soul. Trafficking in human beings is like a demon that makes children helpless and makes families desperate. To stop trafficking in human beings, we must recognize the vicious claw in our beautiful eyes.
The desire for money is like thorns and fences,Restricts human freedom and the right to live.
The child’s pristine paintings paint her home and her beautiful life. But the human trade has deprived this beautiful picture.An ambiguity is established between the house drawn by the child and the label of the product, which makes people think about the dangers of human trafficking.
We used a combination of palms and deformed containers to represent the trafficked man’s thirst for hope and his anger!