HUMAN TRAFICCING IS TERROR
Combating human trafficking
Give the mother the right to breastfeed
A woman, victim of human trafficking, an extra product in the shopping basket
Music with its power manages to break all barriers and bring freedom and happiness to the world.
With its strength it breaks the chains created by society and by all kinds of injustice.
The chains around the hands are broken by the music that is an explosion of life!
Human trafficking is the second most profitable illegal industry— second only to the drug trade. This poster refers to human trafficking as a corporation with its own logo, in stock exchange market, showing in the screen the top countries that have the highest rate of human trafficking.
Use words to express creativity, to be free and not to be bound by money
So the idea is of the solemn face of a woman who has been through trafficking. It resonates with the ideas of shadows after dark by the black minimal outlook of the poster.
This poster features the metaphors for our society faced with the issue of human trafficking and crime in general: the red hand representing the oppressors and devastation they cause, the white hand conveying the voiceless suffering of victims and culture in peril and the green hand representing the rest of society – those still in power to make things right. We all have a choice to either offer a helping hand or to look away, accept crime and be a part of it. It is a call to change ourselves so we can all have a better future, to realise what the real problems are and to help by listening, educating and protecting others.
My design displays two people holding hands though one of them’s true heart’s desire is to sell the other. The black heart represents the dark and sinister thinking of the person on the right, and the chains coming out represent a direct action of entrapping the person on the left demonstrating the brutality that a victim faces. The person on the left is white, to represent how little the person on the left really knew them.
Use wool to surround the shape of the animal, and then use iron wire to surround its outline, symbolizing bondage. The text is combined with the barbed wire to call on people not to imprison the animal