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.
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.
Gary Waters joined us in December, but we haven’t had a chance to introduce him until now. Gary is an illustrator living in France. His work has appeared in the Wall Street journal, the New York Times and the European Financial Review and many other publications.
Birol Çün is a cartoonist from Izmir in Turkey. He has been drawing since 1977 and has won numerous international awards for his cartoons, which have been published in the famous magazine Girgir and the magazines that succeeded this title. Check out his website to see more of his work.
Niels Bo Bojesen is the first editorial cartoonist from Denmark to join Cartoon Movement. A graduate of the Danish School of Design (he also attended the School of Visual Arts/Department of Media Arts, New York), he illustrates children’s books and produces daily editorial cartoons for Danish newspapers. He is a member of the Danish Association of Editorial Cartoonists/the Danish Association of Journalists. Check out his website to see more of his work.
Syed Shahzeb Ali is an avid political cartoonist working for prominent news agencies in Pakistan, namely Pakistan Today, The Friday Times and Courting the Law. He is also the first cartoonist from Pakistan to join Cartoon Movement. Check out his Facebook page to see more of his work.
Marco De Angelis was born in Rome (Italy) in 1955. He is a cartoonist, illustrator of many children’s books, graphic designer, and professional journalist of the daily La Repubblica. He has published in over 150 newspapers in Italy and abroad since 1975. The New York Times Syndicate distributes his satirical works worldwide.
Konstantinos Tsanakas is a 28-year old cartoonist originally from Greece, now living and working in Belgium. He started working as a professional cartoonist four years ago, and currently does the Sunday cartoon for Greek newspaper TO ΧΩΝΙ. He also publishes his cartoons in Belgium, in Knack and Het Belang van Limburg.
Rytis Daukantas is architect and cartoonist from Lithuania, the first cartoonist from this country to join Cartoon Movement. His political cartoons and illustrations are published in various international newspapers and magazines since 1999. He is also creator of The Cold War Cartoon Museum. Visit his website to see more of his work.