BBC News has posted a number of our Brexit cartoons in a slideshow. The slideshow was the most popular video on the BBC News website last night. If that doesn’t make a case for the added value of editorial cartoons, we don’t know what will. Visit the slideshow here.
In March, we reported on the firing of Kenyan political cartoonist Gado from the Daily Nation. Gado fears his firing is the result of growing government suppression of press freedom in Kenya. Al Jazeera’s media watch program The Listening Post has done a feauture on Gado’s work, set within the current media landscape in Kenya. Well worth watching:
Omar Perez is a cartoonist, illustrator and graphic designer originally from Argentina, but residing in Spain since 1989. He has been publishing cartoons since 1980, and currently works mostly for Spanish newspapers. Check out his Facebook page to see more of his work.
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Mary Zins is a freelance illustrator and cartoonist based in Tacoma, WA, in the United States. She has worked as a graphic artist for the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and a graphic designer for the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. See more of her work at maryzins.com.
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