• Writer Shot Ahead of Cartoon Trial in Jordan

    Writer Shot Ahead of Cartoon Trial in Jordan

    Yesterday, Jordanian writer Nahed Hattar was gunned down outside an Amman courthouse, where Hattar was to stand trial for a Facebook post containing a “blasphemous” cartoon. Jonathan Guyer, an expert of cartoons in the Middle East shares his thoughts.

    26 Sep 2016
  • Support Eaten Fish

    Support Eaten Fish

    Eaten Fish is the pen name of a 24-year old Iranian cartoonist currently interned in the notorious Manus Island immigration detention camp . Australian cartoonists have started a campaign to urge the Australian government to release Eaten Fish. We join this campaign with a series of international cartoons in support of our colleague.

    20 Sep 2016
  • The Art of Dissenters

    The Art of Dissenters

    Ukrainian cartoonist Vladimir Kazanevsky writes about a century of cartoons, especially those cartoons that do not use any words to communicate their idea. How has the visual language they use evolved, and has their place in society changed? Read the essay on our blog.

    12 Sep 2016
  • Water Exhibition

    Water Exhibition

    Swiss NGO Terragir has included a number of our water cartoons on posters in an exhibition titled ‘Water as a common good?’, which is on display in Geneva this summer.

    05 Sep 2016
  • New Cartoonist: Latif Fityani

    New Cartoonist: Latif Fityani

    Latif Fityani is a cartoonist from Jordan.He has been working as a professional cartoonist for a local TV channel since 2014. Check out his Facebook profile to see more of his work.

    01 Sep 2016
  • Cartooning In Turkey

    Cartooning In Turkey

    Turkey is in turmoil. Numerous terrorist attacks have taken a bloody toll in the last year and an attempted coup has only strengthened the power of Erdogan, who seems to be on a mission to force everyone who doesn't agree with him into submission. We talk to four of our Turkish cartoonists, Menekse Cam, Emrah Arikan, Halit Kurtulmus and Ozuz Gurel, to find out what it's like to be a satirist Turkey these days. Read the full interview here.

    29 Aug 2016
  • 2016 Courage In Editorial Cartooning Award

    2016 Courage In Editorial Cartooning Award

    Every year, Cartoonists Rights Network International searches the world of political cartooning for those who have demonstrated exceptional courage and resilience in the face of life-threatening risk and danger. This year’s recipient, whose pen name is Eaten Fish, is an Iranian national, currently interred in the Manus Island detention camp in Papua New Guinea. Read more on the website of CRNI.

    27 Aug 2016
  • New Cartoonist: Hamed Bazrafkan

    New Cartoonist: Hamed Bazrafkan

    Hamed Bazrafkan is an editorial cartoonist from Esfahan in Iran. He works for Esfahanenimrooz Magazine, both as a cartoonist and as the chief editor of the cartoon section of the magazine.

    23 Aug 2016
  • New Monthly Feature: The List

    New Monthly Feature: The List

    Media love using cartoons, and most of them pay a (albeit often modest) republication fee. But every month we track down media that use our cartoons without asking for permission, let alone offer compensation. We take action in every case of copyright infringement, because we feel it’s important to point out that cartoons are made by professionals and thus aren’t free. Now we also publish a list of them every month on our blog.

    17 Aug 2016
  • Dina - Graphic Novel

    Dina - Graphic Novel

    Next month we’ll start publishing Dina, a serialized graphic novel developed by Emanuele Del Rosso and Sarah Othman for RNW Media/Love Matters Arabic. The comic tells the story of Dina, young woman from Mansoura (Egypt) and the many challenges she faces on the road to becoming a journalist. We will be publishing the English version of the comic in 8-page installments each month, starting in September.

    15 Aug 2016
  • Satire in Turkey

    Satire in Turkey

    Erdogan is trying to silence Turkish satirists, but it’s not working, according to Jonathan Guyer in an interview with PRI. Guyer just spent a month in Istanbul researching the cartooning scene in Turkey. Listen to the full interview here.

    08 Aug 2016
  • Summer Break

    Summer Break

    Although there is enough happening in the world to keep us busy, editors do need a break every now and then. That is why Cartoon Movement will not be publishing a daily cartoon between July 19 and August 8. However, our newsroom will remain open for your daily fix of cartoons. See you in August!

    17 Jul 2016
  • New Cartoonists

    New Cartoonists

    We have the pleasure of welcoming six new cartoonists to Cartoon Movement, from Egypt, Algeria, the Netherlands, Rwanda, Italy and Poland. Since we’ll be taking our annual summer break starting next week, we’ve decided to introduce them all at once on our blog.

    13 Jul 2016
  • Upcoming Comic: Water in Gaza

    Upcoming Comic: Water in Gaza

    Together with Palestinian artist Mohammad Saba’aneh, we made a comic about the water crisis in Gaza. The comic will be published this Wednesday. Check out a preview on our blog.

    11 Jul 2016
  • Cartooning in Italy

    Cartooning in Italy

    In our community of 400+ cartoonists from around the globe, almost 30 come from Italy. To find out more about cartooning in Italy, we talk to Cristina Bernazzini, Enrico Bertuccioli, Lamberto Tomassini (aka Tomas), Andrea Vitti and Emanuele Del Rosso. Read the full interview on our blog.

    07 Jul 2016

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