About a year ago, we've featured an exhibition called 'Exposé' from Dacs. It's a design collective that enables creatives from all over the world to rise up against the sex trade. This year, they're back with a new exhibition 'Episodes' and calling designers to join their network for the next exhibition happening in late June.

We are a group of artists with a passion for making a difference in our world. We leverage our 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.

Dacs is the vision of John Mark Herskind, a young talented designer from South Carolina, US. You can check his work on Johnmarkherskind.com , follow his work on Behance.net or follow him on Twitter @jmherskind .

About DACS

We 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.

Not to mention that all the submissions will be judged by Jennifer Cirpici from Breakingcanvas.com and Richard Roberts from Theotherstream.com.

For more information about Dacs, you can visit Dacsunited.com , follow them on Twitter @dacsunited or follow them on Tumblr .

Exposé 2010 Video

Exposé from Designers Against Child Slavery on Vimeo.

Exposé 2010 in Pictures

by Sarah Blake

by Richard Roberts

by Carole Wilmet

by Man-Tsun

by Nathan Walker

by Andries Pries

by Cait Maloney

by Yee Von Chan

Information about the next exhibit 'Episodes'

This exhibition is all about telling the story of a trafficking victim, through our art work. So we will be literally illustrating the "Episodes" of a victims story.

Deadline for Entries: Wednesday, July 20th, 2011
Submission details: Image Size: 40.64 cm x 50.8 cm Color Mode: CMYK Resolution: 300 dpi

About the author of this post

My name's François Hoang and my alias's Aoiro Studio. I am a self-taught freelance graphic designer from Montreal, Canada. If you wanna requests some posts; I can be found on Twitter or visit my website at aoirostudio.com.