• Best Cartoons of 2018

    Best Cartoons of 2018

    In 2018, we received a total of 8,517 in our newsroom. 209 cartoons were published on our homepage. It has become somewhat of a tradition to make a list of our 10 favorite cartoons of the year. See them on our blog.

    21 Dec 2018
  • Human Rights Day

    Human Rights Day

    This year, we celebrated Human Rights Day with cartoon exhibitions in The Hague and São Paulo. Visit our blog to read more about our activities involving human rights and cartoons.

    13 Dec 2018
  • Ideas That Matter

    Ideas That Matter

    On December 10, we celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights at the Peace Palace in The Hague. The cartoons from our project with the UN Human Rights Office will be on display and Mexican cartoonist Guffo will talk about cartoons and human rights. We're also launching a contest with the question: What action do you take to support human rights? Share your idea here.

    10 Dec 2018
  • Famine & War

    Famine & War

    We have started a new project together with the World Peace Foundation, illustrating their research project on the history of modern famines, where starvation is revealed as a crime and an instrument of genocide and war. Check out the cartoons that have come in so far in our project newsroom.

    26 Nov 2018
  • New cartoonist: Engin Selçuk

    New cartoonist: Engin Selçuk

    Engin Selçuk is a cartoonist with a focus on gag cartoons. He started publishing his work in newspapers and magazines in the 1990s and has won over 40 awards since. He lives in Izmir, Turkey.

    16 Nov 2018
  • World Press Cartoon 2019

    World Press Cartoon 2019

    The 2019 edition of World Press Cartoon, one of the most prestigious cartoon contests in the world, is now open for submission. Visit the WPC website for the rules of submission and to download the entry form and identification label. The deadline for submissions is January 31, 2019. Since last year, all the cartoons published on Cartoon Movement by our official cartoonists are eligible to participate.

    09 Nov 2018
  • New Cartoonists

    New Cartoonists

    We’re happy to announce yet more cartoonists have decided to join our community: Mikhail Zlatkovsky from Russia, Sara Qaed from Bahrain/UK and Imad Sanouni from Morocco. We introduce them on our blog.

    30 Oct 2018
  • Cartoon Slideshow: Jamal Khashoggi

    Cartoon Slideshow: Jamal Khashoggi

    As Saudi Arabia continues to make new excuses about the death of Jamal Khashoggi, our cartoonists keep making new cartoons. We've created a video compilation. Get a free video slideshow with the purchase of 4 cartoons or more in our shop.

    22 Oct 2018
  • Human Rights Cartoons

    Human Rights Cartoons

    Have you voted for your favorite human rights cartoon? Our cartoonists have illustrated the 30 articles fo the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and you can decide which cartoons are the best. The 30 best cartoons will be featured in an exhibition celebrating the 70th anniversary of the UDHR. Vote now!

    08 Oct 2018
  • New Cartoonist: Nawar Khalil

    New Cartoonist: Nawar Khalil

    Nawar Khalil is a cartoonist from, Damascus, Syria. Visit his Facebook page to see more of his work.

    01 Oct 2018
  • CM Editor Wins Dutch Cartoon Award

    CM Editor Wins Dutch Cartoon Award

    CM editor and cartoonist Tjeerd Royaards has won the Inktspotprijs, a prestigious cartoon award in the Netherlands given to the best cartoon published in the previous year. The award was given to Royaards for Good Migrant, Bad Migrant a cartoon that was first published on Cartoon Movement.

    27 Sep 2018
  • New Cartoonist: Camdelafu

    New Cartoonist: Camdelafu

    Camila de la Fuente, known as @Camdelafu, is a Venezuelan/German journalist & cartoonist who lives in Mexico City. Her work is recognized for using animated political cartoons (gif) as a way of expression, in addition to static editorial cartoons. Read more on our blog.

    24 Sep 2018
  • Lector in Fabula

    Lector in Fabula

    We spent the weekend in Conversano, a town in southern Italy that hosts Lector in Fabula, an annual European cultural festival. Leading up to the festival, Librexpression, an organization dedicated to cartoons and freedom of speech, organized a cartoon contest with the theme power and information in the digital age. See the winning cartoons on our blog.

    18 Sep 2018
  • New Cartoonists

    New Cartoonists

    We are very fortunate to welcome two more talented cartoonists to our community: Liviu Stanila from Romania and Asifur Radhman from Bangladesh. Read more on our blog.

    10 Sep 2018
  • Pedro Molina Wins Courage Award

    Pedro Molina Wins Courage Award

    Nicaraguan cartoonist and Cartoon Movement member Pedro X. Molina has won this year’s Courage in Editorial Cartooning Award. In a time of polical turmoil in Nicaragua claiming hundreds of lives, and despite threats and intimidation, Molina has continued produce hard-hitting cartoons confronting the abuses of the Nicaraguan government.

    06 Sep 2018