• This is not Europe!

    This is not Europe!

    People in or traveling to Belgium should make an effort to visit Mons, where 120 political cartoons about Europe by 52 cartoonists are on display at the Mons Memorial Museum. The exhibition This is not Europe! is organized by Cartooning for Peace and will run until June 26, 2016.

    29 Feb 2016
  • Letter For Atena

    Letter For Atena

    A letter to Iranian President Rouhani by Cartoonists Rights Network International calls for leniency for Iranian cartoonist Atena Faraghdani, who is sentenced to 12 years in jail for a cartoon. The letter is signed by 40 NGOs and more than 75 international cartoonists.

    24 Feb 2016
  • KAP Wins Press Cartoon Europe

    KAP Wins Press Cartoon Europe

    Spanish cartoonist (and CM member) KAP is the winner of Press Cartoon Europe 2016, with an excellent cartoon about Europe and refugees published in La Vanguardia. PCE awards the best cartoon published in European media.

    22 Feb 2016
  • New Cartoonist: Simon Nsaka

    New Cartoonist: Simon Nsaka

    Simon Nasaka (aka Stillmatic) is the first cartoonist from Zambia to join Cartoon Movement. His work has been published in Zambian newspaper the Daily Nation since 2012.

    18 Feb 2016
  • International Data Responsibility

    International Data Responsibility

    We’re currently running a newsroom on data, digital literacy and privacy. It has turned out to be quite a popular project, gathering over 170 cartoons. This is the last week the project newsroom is online (and the cartoons can all be seen in one place), so if you like cartoons about this theme, see them all together while you can.

    15 Feb 2016
  • New Cartoonist: Dan Murphy

    New Cartoonist: Dan Murphy

    Dan Murphy was the editorial cartoonist for The Province, a newspaper in Vancouver, Canada. He now lives in Ireland and makes political cartoons and animations for various clients.

    11 Feb 2016
  • New Cartoonist: Ayman Alwusabi

    New Cartoonist: Ayman Alwusabi

    Ayman Alwusabi (aka Ayman Toon) is our second cartoonist from Yemen. Ayman is only 20 years old, but his work shows great potential. We are happy to give him a platform to show his work to an international audience.

    08 Feb 2016
  • South Sudan Comic No. 2

    South Sudan Comic No. 2

    In April 2015, we published South Sudan: Who Got What, a comic written by Alex de Waal and drawn by Victor Ndula. Over the past months, Alex and Victor have been working on the sequel, which will be published on Monday. Check out a preview on our blog.

    06 Feb 2016
  • New Cartoonist: José Antonio Rodríguez García

    New Cartoonist: José Antonio Rodríguez García

    José Antonio Rodríguez García is an illustrator and cartoonist from Mexico. He is editorial cartoonist for the newspaper La Voz de Michoacán in Mexico and the magazine Negratinta in Spain.

    02 Feb 2016
  • Egyptian Cartoonist Arrested

    Egyptian Cartoonist Arrested

    Popular Egyptian cartoonist Islam Gawish was arrested Sunday on charges of running a website without a license. His arrest is the latest escalation of a campaign to silence the government’s online critics. Arab cartoonists haven been quick to respond; you can see a collection of support cartoons here.

    01 Feb 2016
  • thINK


    UK cartoonist Polyp is running a Kickstarter campaign to fund thINK, ’56 pages of satire-coated ammunition, waiting to be loaded and aimed at superstition, irrationality and anti-science delusions.’ Although he has a fair few books in print, this one is proving too hot to handle for publishers. That alone should be reason enough to check this project out.

    26 Jan 2016
  • Comic: CTRL

    Comic: CTRL

    This Wednesday we’ll publish a comic by Mei-Li Nieuwland, about the importance of online privacy. The comic was originally published in Dutch on visual journalism platform Mindshakes; we’ll be premiering the comic in English because we think it’s worth sharing with an international audience.

    25 Jan 2016
  • New Cartoonist: Bart van Leeuwen

    New Cartoonist: Bart van Leeuwen

    Bart van Leeuwen is a Dutch illustrator. After he was commissioned by The Guardian for a cartoonish illustration he decided to devote part of his time to political cartooning. His main tool is Photoshop. Check out more of his work here.

    20 Jan 2016
  • Ares Wins UN Cartoon Award

    Ares Wins UN Cartoon Award

    Cuban artist Ares has won the grand prize in the United Nations/Ranan Lurie Political Cartoon Award 2015 with a cartoon made in the wake of the attack on Charlie Hebdo. This cartoon was also published by Cartoon Movement.

    16 Jan 2016
  • New Cartoonist: Abdelghani Dahdouh

    New Cartoonist: Abdelghani Dahdouh

    Abdelghani Dahdouh is a cartoonist from Morocco. How work has been published in several Moroccan newspapers. He is also general coordinator of the National Festival of Caricature, an annual event in Chefchaouen, Morocco.

    15 Jan 2016