Mechanoluminescence materials that emit light under mechanical stimulation have attracted widespread attention in sensing, anti-counterfeiting and imaging applications. In this study, a series of novel Sr1-xBixZnSO (0.001≤x≤0.1) samples were synthesized by the method of high temperature solid-state reaction. It is worth noting that the distortion degree of SrO3S3 octahedron was increased with increasing Bi3+ concentration, and the color manipulated Sr1-xBixZnSO which can emit different photoluminescence (blue to dark blue and finally red) and mechanoluminescence (orange to red) colors are obtained. Moreover, the deep traps can stably store and provide electronic supplement to shallow traps released under mechanical stimulated. Therefore, devices made of SrZnSO: Bi3+ phosphor and polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) can be used as thermo-mechano-opto three-mode anti-counterfeiting. The ML intensity is linear to the external load, can be utilized for stress sensing or imaging.