This poster is made in order to create awareness about human trafficking and thus be able to reach many people so that this stops
The black heart of white people has caused pain to black people.
Sexual exploitation is one of the forms of violence against girls, boys and adolescents. This problem exists all over the world, where these victims are subjected to the power of the adult world.
It is time to stop this abuse.
Human Trafficking must stop, an estimated 24.9 million victims are trapped in modern-day slavery.
According to legend, ancient gods have “three eyes” and also called “open sky eyes”. The middle eyes are standing
up, called sky eyes, just like the eyes of the sky, they can see things that mortals can’t see with naked eyes.
There is no escape from evil.
The work sees all the good, evil, beauty and ugliness in the world through three eyes, advocates the prevention of
human trafficking, emphasizes protecting one’s own safety, and resists the dangers and consequences of human
trafficking. The work reveals from the side that human trafficking is subject to laws. Sanctions,
I wanted to represent the unconformity about the illegal organ trafficking, and that it must stop. For people like that maybe is as easy as buy something online, but it is not! They must think first with the heart.
With human traffickers using ever-changing methods and younger victims, more and more people are falling into the hands of human traffickers. “20xx” this work constitutes elements and the use of color has strong abstractness and characterization of sex, geometry is the secret of beauty and everything in the world can be used geometry to survey, it is the most simple the most concise, image design, at the same time, it is the most extensive and profound, connotation is rich, modelling is the most perfect design. The circles in the work represent trafficked people, while the rectangles form cages to guard trafficked people. The author hopes to use his work to raise awareness about human trafficking.
This poster points out the harsh reality of how we see the world compared to how human traffickers see the world.
This poster tries to reflect the silence of the people subjected and exploited in contrast to the people who pay in exchange for this silence. The use of black and white in this poster plus the color red, reflects the person who has ceased to be who he is (because he is now considered merchandise) and who also suffers. I believe that I have created a poster where simplicity predominates for a complex subject.
We have used the “Dr bird” the Jamaican national bird to represent the people of the country becoming trapped and
caged by a looming, unknown character.