Human trafficking is also illegal organ trafficking. Kidneys are most commonly taken from victims. That is why the poster has the icon of a kidney shown as an organ for sale.
Barcodes symbolize money. People who are drawn in ink while hanging from bar code lines mean victims of human trafficking. The victims under surveillance are used as tools for human traffickers to make money without freedom. Black means the darkness of human trafficking.
Inspired by the chains of the slaves of yesteryear and of the present, I represented a face with the broken chain, which represents all those people who live this problem.
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The human trafficker has a dark heart and keeps his prey tightly.
I used the collage method in this work. From a group of artworks, several photos were extracted to create a new scene. There is a man whose features are hidden, and he wears strange clothes. He shields the eye of a young woman who cannot see her fate. At the same time, scissors cover the young woman’s mouth and prevent her from talking or screaming. At the back, a cat appears watching what is happening, but is afraid and cannot provide assistance as a metaphor for people or public opinion
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.
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.
Snatched, it represents one of the strongest dramas linked to human trafficking, the destruction of families, human trafficking tears thousands of people from their families every year. The purpose of highlighting this drama is to represent the negative effects that human trafficking has, not only for who is a victim but also for those around