Human trafficking is prohibited! A family that loses its family is like a guitar that loses its knobs.
When referring to human trafficking people are alone and unsure what is going to happen to them. The idea of “Shadow” is a piece trying to depict what a human trafficking victim can face. Where they are alone, scared, and unsure of what is going to happen next. The hand and shadow referring to the fear and unrest the victim may feel being in the situation.
My design is a typographic work. What I want to tell you here is that the villains who commit human trafficking turn their lives into hell by trapping innocent people.
This work is inspired by the song Shadows After Dark. Human trafficking cases are a serious problem for everyone. human trafficking causes inhuman slavery practices. it’s a matter of law and humanism. This work invites us to protect victims of human trafficking and for all people to be careful with it, the dark shadow of human trafficking offender
Human enslavement, child abuse, killing and other behaviors have not disappeared with the progress of civilization, but most of these behaviors have moved to more hidden places .Prohibit human trafficking, let us act!
In my design, I used a quote from Bob Marley to explain that there are bad guys using the good and pure feelings of women.
This is a bloody hand with a puddle of blood underneath it. On the hand, it said “Don’t Look Away.” The hand belongs to the victim showing how dangerous and consequential human trafficking is to them and their loved ones. Violence and abuse are reoccuring themes of human trafficking, as represented by the bloody hand and the puddle of blood. The poster is asking the viewer to not look away from the realities of human trafficking.
TUYA-PROTECT HUMAN; Oppose human trafficking by falsifying images of people.
THIS POSTER WAS MADE TO BUILD AWARENESS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING AROUND THE WORLD.
THE ARTWORK IS CALLED “MIRROR WITHOUT REFLECTION” BECAUSE THIS MIRROR REFLECTS NOTHING.
ON THE OTHER HAND, THIS BLIND MIRROR STRENGTHENS THE IDEA THAT WE “CAN SEE A MAN’S FACE, BUT NOT HIS HEART”.
TUYA-STOP CRIME; Through the form of street advertising to warn humans to stop crime.