Where we can not see,darkness is creeping down.
Millions of children around the world are happily playing war games with cheap plastic toys, manufactured in a mass prodcution process.
In my work I have chosen to present a toy soldier, taken from a popular and innocent children game.
This toy soldier represent thousands of children which are serving as soldiers in armed conflicts around the world.
“These boys and girls, some as young as 8 years old, serve in government forces and armed opposition groups” (Human Rights Watch.org).
The shadow after the darkness is hanging over the heart of every mother who is unfortunately trafficked. In the darkness, it seems that there are countless pairs of men’s hands coming to them. They feel desperate and struggle hard. They were forced to scream and cry for help. Only the tears and the distant cry were muffled in the silent night.
I wanted the poster to visually cut the ties between oppressor and human trafficking survivors and victims.
Children make up roughly 50 percent of all people being trafficked. The white crowd shows the purity and peacefulness of life without trafficking. The two children in black are cut out or missing from the crowd, showing they are being trafficked. Without them, we humans can not be whole. We need to end trafficking to bring back the children and people being used and fill the void that their absence leaves behind.
MY PURPOSE IN THIS STUDY IS TO SHOW THAT THE END OF THE ROAD WHICH PEOPLE IMAGINE WITH BOTH MATERIAL AND MORAL LOSSES IS MY FLIGHT
My design is based on a bar code with the eyes of a victim of human trafficking. The red lines represent the blood falling from the eyes in a way showing the hardship these victims go through.
children , human trafficking
I generally see people migrating for whatever reason as swallows, and I tried to portray in this poster the sad form of migration in which a wounded and helpless bird is lost in a red space.
TUYA-PEOPLE ARENOT COMMODITIES:With the transformation of letters, from people to pop.