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Launching the Cartoon Movement Shop!


In July 2017, we announced we received funding from the Google Digital Media Initiative. We used this to extend our website, with a focus on creating an innovate and sustainable way to generate revenue from editorial cartoons.

After months of hard work, we are very pleased to announce the official launch of the Cartoon Movement Shop!

The CM shop makes any cartoon that is uploaded by our cartoonists immediately available for purchase, as well as unlocking our archive of over 50,000 cartoons.

We have tried to create a site that’s easy to use for editors and anyone else who is interested in using cartoons in some way. You can search on topics (which are also conveniently listed by popularity), but also filter cartoons by the month they were created, or by the location of cartoonists. We offer 10 licensing options, and cartoons can be immediately downloaded in high resolution. An invoice will automatically be sent to your email.

One of the most exciting features of the shop is an online tool that makes it possible to instantly create a video slideshow of the cartoons you purchase in the shop. We know from past clients like CNN, BBC and the Guardian that cartoon collections and slideshows are among the most popular items on their websites, not to mention the popularity of video content on social media.

With the shop, we aim to generate an increasing amount of income for our cartoonists, making this another step towards the continued sustainability of editorial cartooning as a profession.

We hope you’ll take a moment to look at our new site. It’s version 1.0, so we welcome any feedback you might have for improvements. And if you spot any errors or things that do not work properly, we’d love to hear from you!

And we do hope you like it, as the shop is a prelude to the update we plan to give the entire website soon.

Interview with Jordan Cartoonist Latif Fityani


Al Bawaba has posted an interesting Q & A with Jordan cartoonist Latif Fityani:

'Provocative is one way to describe Latif Fityani, he’s an emerging satirical artist in Jordan who digitally creates drawings or images that say something.

With that Latif doesn’t consider his work to be reaction-baiting, he describes it as attention grabbing with a purpose ---to convey an important message and make the viewer question their pre-established point of view and challenge mainstream narratives.'

Read the full interview here.


New Cartoonist: John Daly


John Daly is a self-taught cartoonist/caricaturist with a background in political science and government. He specializes in cartoons and detailed caricatures that usually accompany editorials and/or opinion pieces. His tagline: Making Important People Look Stupid Since 1998. Check out his website to see more of his work.