Rejected | Malaysia

Inspired by famous Italian artist, Maurizio Cattelan’s artwork, “Comedian.” Abalone is a luxury food and has a similar look to vaginal. Therefore, this poster aimed to express that sex trafficking is a global trade. We should REJECT this “business” completely.

Help! | China

A piece of darkness and shadow wrapped a clear eye. The eyes revealed a strong desire for survival and helplessly called for help to the outside world. The extremely conflicting picture language and color expressed the devastating darkness brought by human trafficking to human life.

Thinking It’s enough | Portugal

We are all thinking the same, human trafficking must stop! We feel guilty when we are gutted by the several statements given by victims of human trafficking but what are we collectively doing to stop this problem?
With this concept in mind “Thinking It’s enough” was created inviting the viewer to not just identify himself with the problem but to be part of the solution as well, we must stand against human trafficking.

Devil Bringer | China

“Guess who I am?” We often use our hands to cover the eyes of our friends to make such jokes. However, when a pair of “devil’s hands” stretched out from behind blindfold the children’s eyes, it is so frightening. A “devil trading game” has robbed countless families of happiness.