• May 27 & 28: Festival of Europe

    May 27 & 28: Festival of Europe

    Next week (May 27 & 28), 10 of our cartoonists will be present at the Festival of Europe in France. The festival brings together 20,000 people each year in May just south of Paris, and aims to raise awareness about Europe and European issues with debates, art, comedy, lectures, exhibitions and performances.

    17 May 2017
  • New Cartoonist: Luis Buenaventura

    New Cartoonist: Luis Buenaventura

    Luis Buenaventura is a cartoonist, author, and tech entrepreneur from the Philippines. His cartoons often comments on technology's impact on culture; his artwork is inspired by Herge, Bill Watterson, and Geoff Darrow. Check out more of his work on his website.

    15 May 2017
  • New Cartoonist: Shaditoon

    New Cartoonist: Shaditoon

    Shadi Alashoush is a Syrian cartoonist now living in Qatar. He has been publishing cartoons since 1997. Check out his Facebook page to see more of his work.

    12 May 2017
  • Report: Situation of Cartoonists Worldwide

    Report: Situation of Cartoonists Worldwide

    Cartooning for Peace has released a report on the situation of cartoonists worldwide 2016/2017. Whether their cartoons concern politics, the economy, sports or religion, cartoonists are confronted with the same threats as newspaper, radio and television journalists who cover sensitive subjects. Read more on our blog.

    10 May 2017
  • New Cartoonist: Charlie Comics

    New Cartoonist: Charlie Comics

    Carlo Casaburi is an Italian cartoonist from Ferrara publishing as Charlie Comics. Check out more of his work on his Facebook page.

    09 May 2017
  • 10 Cartoons for Press Freedom Day

    10 Cartoons for Press Freedom Day

    Countless journalists, many cartoonists among them, face a daily struggle against regimes that try to silence them. Today is World Press Freedom Day, and to mark this day we have selected 10 cartoons that remind us of the power of the media, the responsibility of the media, and the importance of press freedom for freedom in general.

    03 May 2017
  • Cartooning Syria

    Cartooning Syria

    A tip for anyone who is in Amsterdam (our base of operations) this month : Cartooning Syria, a unique exhibition of political cartoons and posters by 30 Syrian artists, as well as a number of famous Dutch and Belgian artists. The exhibition runs until May 21; more details here.

    28 Apr 2017
  • New Cartoonist: Mecho

    New Cartoonist: Mecho

    Mecho is an editorial cartoonist from Costa Rica. He’s been a professional cartoonist since 2003 and currently works for the digital newspaper crhoy.com.

    24 Apr 2017
  • New Cartoonist: Stellina Chen

    New Cartoonist: Stellina Chen

    Stellina Chen is a cartoonist based in Taipei, Taiwan. She works as a freelance cartoonist, her works can be seen in The News Lens International, a Taiwan based English media with a focus on Asian news. Visit her website to see more of her work.

    20 Apr 2017
  • New Cartoonist: Mark Lynch

    New Cartoonist: Mark Lynch

    Mark Lynch is a cartoonist from Australia. A former editorial cartoonist for national newspaper, 'The Australian’, Mark now focuses on the single gag genre. He has won 53 National and international cartooning awards. Visit his website to see more of his work.

    14 Apr 2017
  • Political Cartoons from Palestine

    Political Cartoons from Palestine

    Just World Books has published a collection of political cartoons by Palestinian cartoonist Mohammad Sabaaneh. This collection includes 180 of Sabaaneh’s best cartoons. Read more on our blog.

    11 Apr 2017
  • 10 Cartoons for Europe

    10 Cartoons for Europe

    March 25 marked the 60th anniversary of the European Union. With Brexit looming and general dissatisfaction with Brussels at an all-time high among Europeans, 2017 is perhaps the most challenging year for the EU to date Europe has always inspired cartoonists, and we have collections about the euro crisis (Greece has its own collection), the question of European unity, the refugee crisis and most recently, Brexit. On the blog, we have selected 10 of our favorite cartoons inspired by Europe.

    28 Mar 2017
  • New Cartoonist: S.M.J. Taheri

    New Cartoonist: S.M.J. Taheri

    S.M.J. Taheri is a cartoonist from Iran. He has been working as a cartoonist for eight years and his work is published in various magazines and on websites in Iran.

    24 Mar 2017
  • 10 Cartoons for World Water Day

    10 Cartoons for World Water Day

    Without water, there is no life. Some see access to clean drinking water as a fundamental human right, a right disputed by companies that sell bottled water and see water as a scarce resource and therefore profitable. An undisputed fact is that fresh water is getting scarcer, and many future conflicts will be fought over access to water. For World Water Day, we've collected 10 of our favorite water cartoons. See them on our blog.

    22 Mar 2017
  • New Cartoonist: Hayfaa Chalabi

    New Cartoonist: Hayfaa Chalabi

    Hayfaa Chalabi is a visual communicator and cartoonist originally from Iraq, now based based in Sweden. She is a beginning cartoonist, but her work shows much promise, and we’re very happy to welcome her to our community.

    13 Mar 2017

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