Buying and selling human beings and barcodes in the form of burnt matches in which smuggled and sold human beings have a burnt life and are of burnt generation.
The designer wanted to express that human trafficking targets physically weak people, such as women, the elderly, children, just like in the song “Shadows After Dark” by Reggae Artists United. Human trafficking violates the human dignity of so many vulnerable people and constitutes a true crime against humanity. The designer wants to stress the urgency to stop human trafficking with the visual elements introduced to this poster.
Human trafficking costs many lives. Life buoy representing survival from these deaths. Hands cling together to break this cycle.
This poster combines human with machine to show that exploitation and forced labor make human not human.
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.
In the dark world, we don’t know the terrible techniques kidnapped, and for the victim, we hope to kidnapped to make money without these terrible methods, release us is equal to the release of life, expect them to use the legitimate method, earn Take the wealth.
The poster combines heart-haped and fishhook to symbolize being careful about who we trust.The people who hurt us are always around us.
Human trafficking should be sanctioned, let us take up arms and fight for freedom!
The word “baby” was snatched and torn that presents the word “buy”, To express the harm of human trafficking to children.
The poster is made from a black background. In this background, a photo and a title and sub-title are inserted.
With the title with the capital letter, we give the idea that we want to affirm what we are saying and that it is urgent to stop.
The sub-title “human trafficking” is separated by a red line as if the goal to end human trafficking is marked.
Then the photo of a woman tied up with open hands and a sad look is like an urgent request for help, mixed with the black background shows that people who suffer from human trafficking are alone if no one helps to stop. In the photograph my sister (sister of the poster’s author) was used in order to show how human trafficking can happen to anyone.