Over 1, 000 people DIED after clothing factory building (the Rana Plaza) collapse in Bangladesh.
3 of the 4 biggest tragedies in fashion history took place in Bangladesh in 2013 due to complete NEGLIGENCE.
It is considered the deadliest garment-factory accident in history, as well as the deadliest accidental structural failure in modern human history
When companies are making factories to lower product prices, the owners can do nothing but agree and work faster and cheaper. If not, the retailer will have this done somewhere else. The only way out is to cut costs, by reducing wages for employees, lowering the working conditions and safety, produce with no respect for the environment.
“We are actually profiting from their need to work, to use them as slaves, and I’m not saying that we shouldn’t give them the work, but they have to be treated with the same respect as our children or friends. They’re not different from us ” – Livia Firth.
If you didn’t know about that tragedy here’s a trailer from a 2015 documentary.
Igor Dobrowolski is a talented artist born in Jelenia Góra (Deer Mountain), Poland who depicts social and political issues in his paintings and murals.
In his work Igor explores topics such as death, depression, war and children, the problems of the poor and homeless and the lack of empathy.
His latest work are billboards displayed them on the streets of Warsaw (Poland,) that shows the greed and horrors of the fashion industry.
A very powerful project! Epic. Sad. True.