Cage | China

The poster uses the English word “SELL” to form an isomorphism with the birdcage, which not only implies that the people locked inside have lost their freedom like the birds, but also conveys the idea that they are sold mercilessly.
The black background in the picture suggests the inner helplessness of “people” and their difficult situation in the dark at this time. The use of green for the cage is meant to convey the meaning of “SELL”, since Jamaican coins are mostly green; The use of white not only highlights the picture, but also conveys a hope that you can fly out of the cage and become an independent and free person.

Colored hearts are the victim of the devil | Iran

Women and children always encounter the risk of social harm. In the problem of human trafficking, these two creatures suffer the most. Children are gullible, their world is colorful. I wanted to show their colorful world in contrast with devil side of human. in the colored Hearts are the Victim of the Devil, I portrayed the issue of human trafficking (organ trafficking) through the lens of the harm done to innocent children.

Not just a piece of paper (series of 3 posters) | Israel

The trafficking of children goes against all human rights, and people who traffick children totally ignore those rights. Because of this, I took the U.N.’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights document and used it as paper for origami, ignoring the meaning of the document just like those who traffick children ignore the document’s existence. I chose to fold the paper into shapes of different modes of transportation to connect back to the act of trafficking children.

This is poster number 1 of the series