• New Cartoonist: DelToro

    New Cartoonist: DelToro

    We are very pleased to welcome another cartoonist from Cuba. Yoemnis Batista Del Toro (artist name DelToro) is an artist from Havana; his vibrant and colorful work has a poetic quality.

    28 Nov 2016
  • Facts & Comics

    Facts & Comics

    The comics we publish give us the chance to do fact-based explorations from various angles. In recent years, we have done numerous comic collaborations with experts and university professors, like the comic on polarization we’ve published this week. Comics are an excellent tool to make complex subject matter understandable and accessible, without losing sight of the relevant facts. Read more on our blog.

    24 Nov 2016
  • New Cartoonist: Ivailo Tsvetkov

    New Cartoonist: Ivailo Tsvetkov

    Ivailo Tsvetkov is an award-winning cartoonist living and working in Sofia, Bulgaria. His first cartoon was published in 1982 and he currently works for various publications.

    16 Nov 2016
  • New Cartoonist: SKELF

    New Cartoonist: SKELF

    Rob Moran (publishing as SKELF) is an award-winning political cartoonist from Scotland. A SKELF is a Scots word for a splinter that gets under the skin and then irritates beyond all proportion to its size. Check out more of his work on his Facebook page.

    14 Nov 2016
  • New Cartoonist: Moshe Gilula

    New Cartoonist: Moshe Gilula

    Moshe Gilula is an illustrator, cartoonist and graphic designer from Israel, currently living in the Netherlands. Visit his website here.

    11 Nov 2016
  • CNN Trump Cartoon Gallery

    CNN Trump Cartoon Gallery

    As our newsroom is filled to the brim with cartoons about Trump winning the US election, other media around the world have published cartoon slideshows. CNN has also published a slideshow. Cartoon Movement’s editor-in-chief Tjeerd Royaards made the homepage of CNN with his perspective on Trump winning the US elections.

    10 Nov 2016
  • Support Free Speech in Turkey

    Support Free Speech in Turkey

    Cartooning for Peace is starting a campaign to support cartoonists, journalists and freedom of speech in Turkey. If you’re a cartoonist you can send your support cartoon to them. If you’re not a cartoonist, you can show your support by signing this petition calling for the release of the imprisoned journalists.

    04 Nov 2016
  • Questions of copyright

    Questions of copyright

    Questions of copyright is a monthly feature in which we share some of our questions and concerns about how and where cartoons from Cartoon Movement are used without our permission. In this edition, a cartoon that went viral and an Egyptian website that seems very fond of cartoons.

    02 Nov 2016
  • Cartooning in Rwanda

    Cartooning in Rwanda

    Ndarama Assoumani is an editorial cartoonist in Rwanda. Like many other governments around the world, the president and ruling party in Rwanda do not like to be criticized. On the blog, we talk to Ndarama about his work and the dangers he encounters.

    26 Oct 2016
  • New Cartoonist: Vanessa Valadez

    New Cartoonist: Vanessa Valadez

    Vanessa Valadez is a Chicago-based cartoonist and illustrator. Her artwork is inspired by children’s books, video games, cartoons, comics, and real life. Her work has appeared in Fusion, South Side Weekly, The Columbia Chronicle, The Chicago Monitor, and Linework to name a few. Check out more of her work on vanessavaladez.com.

    24 Oct 2016
  • New Cartoonist: Feras Haggag

    New Cartoonist: Feras Haggag

    Feras Haggag is cartoonist originally from Egypt. He has been working as a cartoonist, photographer and designer since 2006. His work has appeared in many newspapers and magazines in and outside of Egypt and has also been featured on news channels like Al Jazeera.

    21 Oct 2016
  • New Cartoonist: Luca Garonzi

    New Cartoonist: Luca Garonzi

    Luca Garonzi is a cartoonist from Verona, Italy. He published his first cartoon at 19 and has been making cartoons and illustrations ever since.

    19 Oct 2016
  • Zunar Banned from Traveling

    Zunar Banned from Traveling

    We have reported about Malaysian cartoonist Zunar on numerous occasions. Zunar’s cartoons are very critical of the Malaysian government, much to the dismay of government officials. He currently faces nine charges under the Sedition Act with the possibility of 43 years in jail. Today, he was also banned from traveling. Read his statement on our blog.

    17 Oct 2016
  • Cartoons Going Viral

    Cartoons Going Viral

    We’re proud of the cartoons we publish every day, and it’s great to see some of them really have an impact. Recently, two of the cartoons we have published went truly viral: Allepo(nica) by Vasco Gargalo and Nobody is Haiti by Elchicotriste. Both have been published widely and have reached an audience of millions.

    13 Oct 2016
  • Stop Thinking, Start Clicking

    Stop Thinking, Start Clicking

    A modest milestone this week as our Twitter account is about to hit 10,000. If you want to see our cartoons as we publish them, and keep track of news in the world of cartooning, consider joining us on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.

    06 Oct 2016

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