• Mary Zins, 1964-2019

    Mary Zins, 1964-2019

    Artist and cartoonist Mary Zins has passed away. She made powerful and beautiful images that found an international audience. Visit her gallery on Cartoon Movement to see her work.

    16 Sep 2019
  • Musa Kart Released

    Musa Kart Released

    We are delighted that Turkish cartoonist Musa Kart has been released from prison. Turkey’s Supreme Court of Appeals ordered on Thursday the release of six former employees of the opposition Cumhuriyet newspaper who were jailed on terrorism-related charges.

    13 Sep 2019
  • New Cartoonist: David Kerr

    New Cartoonist: David Kerr

    David Kerr is an illustrator, comic artist and satirical cartoonist from Glasgow, Scotland, now living in Helsinki. His editorial cartoons have been published in The New Internationalist Magazine (UK), Monthly Review (US), Stir to Action Magazine (UK),Variant Magazine (UK), The Morning Star Newspaper (UK) and the Scottish Politics website Bella Caledonia.

    10 Sep 2019
  • New Cartoonist: Timo Essner

    New Cartoonist: Timo Essner

    Timo Essner is a cartoonist from Germany. His work is mainly published in German newspapers, on websites and in school books. Check out his website to see more of his work.

    06 Sep 2019
  • Comics from South Sudan and DRC

    Comics from South Sudan and DRC

    This month we’ll be publishing two comics we have produced for The Politics of Return, a research project of the London School of Economics exploring the dynamics of return and reintegration of refugees in Central and Eastern Africa. Read more on our blog.

    02 Sep 2019
  • New Cartoonist: Nahid Maghsoudi

    New Cartoonist: Nahid Maghsoudi

    Nahid Maghsoudi is an award-winning cartoonist from Iran.

    30 Aug 2019
  • New Cartoonist: ROY

    New Cartoonist: ROY

    We are delighted that Chris 'ROY' Taylor has decided to join Cartoon Movement. ROY is an Australian cartoonist who has worked for the Herald Sun for years. He has also authored a number of (children's) books.

    27 Aug 2019
  • Back from Summer Break

    Back from Summer Break

    We’re back from summer break and we’ll be publishing cartoons on a (almost) daily basis again. Were also have a number of comics journalism projects that we’ll be publishing in the coming month. More info soon!

    26 Aug 2019
  • Summer Period

    Summer Period

    We are publishing a bit less frequently than usual during the summer months (here in Europe). We’ll be back to our usual schedule in September.

    29 Jul 2019
  • Pedro Molina Wins Cabot Prize

    Pedro Molina Wins Cabot Prize

    CM member Pedro X. Molina is one of the 4 winners of the Maria Moors Cabot Prizes. The Cabot Prizes honor outstanding reporting on the Americas and are the oldest international awards in journalism, founded in 1938. Pedro is only the 7th cartoonist to win the award since their inception. Read more here.

    18 Jul 2019
  • New Cartoonist: Galo Paredes

    New Cartoonist: Galo Paredes

    Galo Paredes is a journalist and cartoonist from Ecuador, who has previously worked for Revista Vistazo and Diario Hoy under the pseudonym Galop.

    16 Jul 2019
  • New Cartoonist: Becs

    New Cartoonist: Becs

    Alejandro Becares, better known by his pen name Becs is a cartoonist from Argentina, where his work is published in various publications.

    08 Jul 2019
  • Another Shortsighted Decision

    Another Shortsighted Decision

    On Friday, Canadian cartoonist Michael de Adder announced he was let go from several newspapers that are published in New Brunswick, Canada. The decision to stop publishing De Adder’s work comes right after one of his cartoons, featuring Trump and Oscar Alberto Martinez and Angie Valeria Martinez (the father and daughter wdrowned in the Rio Grande) went viral last week. More on our blog.

    01 Jul 2019
  • Animating Old Political Cartoons

    Animating Old Political Cartoons

    Together with the Netherlands Sound and Vision Institute and AKV|St. Joost we developed a workshop teaching art students how to use cartoons from the late 19th and early 20th century to create GIF animations that comment on issues in our time. Check our blog to seem some of the results from our first workshop.

    17 Jun 2019
  • A Scary and Shortsighted Decision

    A Scary and Shortsighted Decision

    Following a cartoon controversy in April, the New York Times has announced to stop running editorial cartoons. A scary and shortsighted decision, according to CM editor Tjeerd Royaards. Read more on our blog.

    11 Jun 2019

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