Rodrigo is a Portuguese cartoonist, 37 years-old.
He makes editorial cartoons for "Expresso" (one of the main newspapers in Portugal) since 2006.
Rodrigo also has a weekly cartoon published in the daily newspaper "Ponto Final", from Macau (China), where he lives nowadays.
Gracias, Ramsés. A mí me encantan las tuyas. La buenísima escuela cubana de humoristas gráficos!! Boligán, Ares, Martirena... tantos y tan grandes!
Manos, you are in the "field" and no one better than you can tell us how does it feel like the happenings that have been taking place in your country. Been taking a look on the cartoon you made about the same topic. Quite elucidative. I invite everyone to take a look at them too. Keep the good work flowing!...
Nice one too, Manos!
Ykanello, I wouldn't have made the change if your comment didn't make sense. I care a lot about words and your suggestion made me think. Why insist in a word if we can find a better one? I thank you for your contribution.
Good point, although we could use (and the press does it) both terms as synonyms. But I agree the "public" word has more of a communal connotation. Fixed. Cheers...
I'll give you that one. ;)
It happens to everybody. I hope we can always help each other to correct mistakes, once we have here people who are fluent in many languages. With solidarity, we can always improve our works. By the way, it's a great cartoon, Jean! Got my vote ;)
Almost. It should be a "C", not a "Ç"...
Muy bueno, Kap!
Great cartoon again!
Alfredo Martirena, eres grande! :)
Great cartoon! Good choice!
:D To be honest. I'd like to take my flag from there. But I don't think I can do it any soon. Unfortunately...
Yeah, actually, one of the flags could also be the Italian one. Maybe, on the final art, I would change the Irish for the Italian...
That's... The Statue of Libyarty. :D ... Great work, Sherif!