DACS latest exhibition ‘Episodes’ releasedBy Rajasegar Chandiran on September 18th, 2011
DACS, Designers Against Child Slavery is a Design Collective that enables creatives from all over the world to rise up against the sex trade. They want to see how effective artists can be when they start breaking the boundaries of culture, race, religion, and backgrounds to unite for a just cause, and use their unique styles and talents to give a voice to the voiceless.
They are a group of artists with a passion for making a difference in our world. They leverage their unique gifts and styles to produce artwork, to raise awareness of the injustice of sex trafficking and inspiring others to use their talents to impact the world around us.
After a year in the making, Designers Against Child Slavery is proud to announce the release of its second exhibition entitled, “Episodes”. Over the past 12 months, artists from around the world were challenged to create pieces of art based on the journey of a sex trafficking victim. DACS categorized this journey into three episodes: Coercion, Enslavement, and Restoration. Each artist was asked to illustrate one of the three episodes. The end result was a beautiful body of work that flows in chronological order, taking you on a journey through the eyes of a trafficking victim.
For all general inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
DACS believes that art is a very powerful form of communication. Artists down through the ages have used various forms of art to send messages to the public. So today’s digital artists and Illustrators take their place in a long line of outspoken citizens of the world. Designers Against Child Slavery calls artists from all over the world to use their talents in order to give a voice to the voiceless. Stand up, fight for whats right and submit your 1,000 words today.adam blakemore, artists, child slavery, dacs, exhibitions, graphic design, inspiration, inspirations, news