• Festival of Europe

    Festival of Europe

    The Festival of Europe brings together 20,000 people each year in Ile de Loisirs de Bois-le-Roi, just south of Paris, France. The festival aims to raise awareness about Europe and European issues though debates, art, comedy, lectures, exhibitions and performances. Cartoon Movement will be present at the 6th edition in May 2017. Read more on our blog.

    15 Feb 2017
  • New Cartoonist: Nasreen Mitu

    New Cartoonist: Nasreen Mitu

    Nasreen Mitu is a cartoonist from Dhaka, Bangladesh. She has been making cartoons since 2006, and currently she is an associate editor of 'Unmad', the oldest satire magazine of Bangladesh and cartoonist for a news website in Bangladesh. Check out more of her work on her Facebook page.

    14 Feb 2017
  • New Cartoonist: Vitaly Podvitski

    New Cartoonist: Vitaly Podvitski

    Vitaly Podvitsky is a cartoonist rom St. Petersburg, Russia, working for RIA Novosti and Sputnik International. His cartoons give a Russian perspective on world news.

    12 Feb 2017
  • Satire in the Trump Era

    Satire in the Trump Era

    In a guest contribution on our blog, Italian cartoonist Emanuele Del Rosso poses some difficult questions about satire in the era of Trump, populism and fake news. Can intelligent satire still be effective, or are we better off resorting to bricks and baseball bats?

    09 Feb 2017
  • Eaten Fish on Hunger Strike

    Eaten Fish on Hunger Strike

    Eaten Fish is the pen name of a 24-year old Iranian cartoonist currently interned in the notorious Manus Island immigration detention camp. In September 2016, we launched a newsroom to produce cartoons in support of a campaign to urge the Australian government to release Eaten Fish. Unfortunately, he has yet to be released. Eaten Fish is now on hunger strike. Visit our blog for more details.

    07 Feb 2017
  • New Cartoonist: Naser Jafari

    New Cartoonist: Naser Jafari

    Naser Jafari is an award-winning cartoonist from Amman, Jordan. He has worked as a cartoonist and cartoon editor for various newspapers in Jordan and the Palestinian Territories. Follow him on Facebook or Twitter to see more of his work.

    03 Feb 2017
  • Cartoonists’ Associations UK and France Leave FECO

    Cartoonists’ Associations UK and France Leave FECO

    In 2015, we reported on FECO, the Federation of Cartoonists Organisations, and the questionable cooperation of FECO with the Iran House of Cartoon, one of the organizers of the infamous Holocaust Cartoon Competition. Recently, cartoonists’ associations in France and the UK decided to sever ties with FECO. Read their statements on our blog.

    30 Jan 2017
  • Myths of the Global Arms Trade

    Myths of the Global Arms Trade

    The World Peace Foundation has for some years been pursuing a project to expose the myths that are used to sustain a bloated, corrupt, and dangerous global arms business. We are teaming up with the WPF to produce cartoons that illustrate the 7 myths that sustain the global arms trade.

    26 Jan 2017
  • New Cartoonist: Guido Kuehn

    New Cartoonist: Guido Kuehn

    Guido Kuehn is a designer, illustrator and cartoonist from Germany. He is also Illustration Professor at Heidelberg University of applied sciences. To see more of his work, visit his website.

    18 Jan 2017
  • South Sudan Exhibition

    South Sudan Exhibition

    We have posted some photos on our blog of the comic exhibition South Sudan - The Political Marketplace, which is currently on display at LSE in London. You can visit the exhibition until January 27 or read the comics online here.

    13 Jan 2017
  • New Cartoonist: Anas Salameh

    New Cartoonist: Anas Salameh

    Anas Salameh is a Palestinian/Syrian artist, now in exile in Norway. Visit his Facebook page to see more of his work, 

    11 Jan 2017
  • Two Years After Charlie, Cartoonists Are Still Persecuted

    Two Years After Charlie, Cartoonists Are Still Persecuted

    On the eve of the second anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo massacre, Reporters Without Borders (RSF), Cartooning for Peace, Cartoon Movement and other press cartoonist associations pay tribute to all press cartoonists who defend media freedom by means of their cartoons. Read our joint tribute here.

    06 Jan 2017
  • Exhibition of South Sudan Comics

    Exhibition of South Sudan Comics

    The London School of Economics is hosting an exhibition of our comics visualising research on South Sudan undertaken by the Justice and Security Research Programme (JSRP). The graphics explore political, social and economic developments since 2011 in the world’s newest country. The exhibition runs from 9 January to 27 January. You can find more information here.

    03 Jan 2017
  • Happy New Year!

    Happy New Year!

    We’re taking a few days off, but we’ll be back on January 3rd with cartoons, comics and more. For now, we wish everyone all the very best for 2017!

    28 Dec 2016
  • New Cartoonist: Leopold Maurer

    New Cartoonist: Leopold Maurer

    Leopold Maurer is a cartoonist from Austria. He has been working as a freelance artist since 1998, working on projects spanning animation, cartoons, comics and illustration. Visit his website to see more of his work.

    22 Dec 2016