We’re proud to add a cartoonist from Kazakhstan to our network. Galym Boranbayev creates stunning cartoons that rely almost purely on visuals to tell the story. His works have won over 30 international awards.
Cristina Bernazzani is an editorial illustrator from Italy. She contributes her work to sites like Shutterstock and Fotolia. We’re exited to have her contribute to Cartoon Movement with her excellent work.
Giuseppe Maggiore is a 30-year old cartoonist and illustrator from Italy. His work makes bold statements about politics and society, in a style that almost feels like you are looking at giant murals. He contributes to various publications, including Italian magazine Left.
We are delighted to welcome Italian illustrator and cartoonist Marilena Nardi to our community. Her work is published widely in Italy and abroad. She also teaches at the at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice.
With over 8000 shares on our Facebook page and 38K likes (both at time of writing), the cartoon ‘Refuge’ by South African cartoonist Brandan Reynolds is the most popular cartoon we’ve published in our five-year history. The cartoon captures our outrage and indignation over the Panama Papers in a simple visual of two ships and three words.
Gezienus Bruining is a young Dutch illustrator and cartoonist. He got his art degree in 2015, and his cartoons, which are already very good, show tremendous promise. Check out more of his work on his website.
Maram Heshan is a young artist from Irbid, Jordan. Her work leans more to the artistic side of cartooning, but her images do provoke questions about the world we live in. Check out her Facebook page to see more of her work.