• New Cartoonist: Murad Daragmeh

    New Cartoonist: Murad Daragmeh

    Murad Daragmeh is a Palestinian cartoonist and architect from Ramallah.

    03 Jan 2018
  • New Cartoonist: Richard Codor

    New Cartoonist: Richard Codor

    Richard Codor is a cartoonist from New York City. His cartoons and illustrations have appeared in national and international newspapers, magazines, books, and cartoon collections. He is a recipient of the Jewish Press Association/Rockower Award for Cartooning and the first Charles Schulz Prize. Check out more of his work here.

    02 Jan 2018
  • Happy Holidays!

    Happy Holidays!

    Cartoon Movement is taking a break for Christmas. We wish everyone happy holidays and the very best wishes for 2018! We will be back on January 2nd. In the meantime, check out our 10 favorite cartoons from 2017.

    22 Dec 2017
  • The Art of Resistance

    The Art of Resistance

    We're inviting cartoonists from around the globe to send in their work for a new international cartoon competition and exhibition with the theme resistance. Send in your work to cartoons@cartoonmovement.com. Visit our project page for more information on prizes and competition rules.

    07 Dec 2017
  • New Cartoonist: Stephff

    New Cartoonist: Stephff

    Stephff is a cartoonist from Thailand. He has been a full-time professional political cartoonist since 1997 and has been working for Bangkok-based newspaper The Nation since 2003.

    05 Dec 2017
  • New Cartoonist: Ahmed Falah

    New Cartoonist: Ahmed Falah

    Ahmed Falah is an Iraqi cartoonist. His work is very popular in Iraq, and so powerful is lead to threats from armed militias, forcing Ahmed to flee from Baghdad to Jakarta, Indonesia. Read more about him in Al-Monitor and check out more of his work on his Facebook page.

    29 Nov 2017
  • The Student Newsroom

    The Student Newsroom

    The Student Newsroom is a new section on our website where art students and amateur cartoonists can upload their work to get feedback from our professional cartoonists. Read more on our blog.

    24 Nov 2017
  • A Colorful Human World

    A Colorful Human World

    CM member Fadi Abou Hassan, also the founder and editor-in-chief of Cartoon Home Network International, has announced a new international cartoon contest for 2018 with the theme A colorful human world. Read more on our blog.

    22 Nov 2017
  • Indian Cartoonist Arrested

    Indian Cartoonist Arrested

    ‘A cartoon should make you smile and not cringe.’ says an Indian cartoonist in response to the arrest of his colleague G. Bala last week over a controversial cartoon. On our blog we write about the arrest and the subsequent media debate in India about what should be allowed in cartoons.

    13 Nov 2017
  • New Award Open to Cartoonists

    New Award Open to Cartoonists

    The European Press Prize is a prestigious award for excellence in journalism. We are happy to announce that this year, for the first time, cartoonists are eligible to submit their work in the category ‘opinion’. More information on our blog.

    08 Nov 2017
  • Free Ramón Esono Ebalé

    Free Ramón Esono Ebalé

    A coalition of international organizations invites cartoonists and artists from around the world to support the #FreeNseRamon campaign. Cartoonist Ramón Esono Ebalé was arrested on September 16 in Equatorial Guinea. Read more about this campaign and how to participate on our blog.

    06 Nov 2017
  • Ebalé Receives CRNI Award

    Ebalé Receives CRNI Award

    Cartoonists Right Network International has announced this year’s recipient of the CRNI Award: Ramón Esono Ebalé, a cartoonist from Equatorial Guinea who is currently imprisoned in Equatorial Guinea’s notorious Black Beach prison under as yet unspecified charges.

    03 Nov 2017
  • Emad Hajjaj Investigated Over Cartoon

    Emad Hajjaj Investigated Over Cartoon

    Well known Jordan cartoonist and CM contributor Emad Hajjaj is being investigated over a cartoon criticizing the Greek Orthodox Church. The investigation comes after a ‘contempt of religion’ complaint was filed by a citizen. Read more on our blog.

    01 Nov 2017
  • The ‘Boys Club’ of Cartoonists

    The ‘Boys Club’ of Cartoonists

    The BBC has posted an interesting article on why there are no full-time women cartoonists in the UK. This is by no means just a British issue, but a global phenomenon. We interviewed New Yorker cartoonist Liza Donnelly about this issue in 2013. You can read the interview here.

    31 Oct 2017
  • New Cartoonist: Ajie Mandiri

    New Cartoonist: Ajie Mandiri

    Ajie Mandiri is a graphic designer and illustrator/cartoonist from Indonesia, with more than 15 years of experience. In 2016, he won a cartoon competition on gender equality organized by the EU and the UN.

    26 Oct 2017

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