Cartoon by Anne Derenne
A three-fingered salute that originated in the Hunger Games film series has been adopted by activists from Thailand to Myanmar, becoming a symbol of resistance and solidarity for democracy movements across south-east Asia.
UK cartoonists have been drawing Three-finger salute cartoons in support of the Myanmar Cartoonists Association. The UK Professional Cartoonists' Organisation (PCO) has been sharing a lot of them on Twitter. We share a few of them here. Visit our cartoon collection to see more cartoons about the militiary coup in Myanmar.
Three fingers to the coup in #Myanmar in support of#MyanmarCartoonistsAssociation #threefingers #Myanmar #WhatsHappeninglnMyanmar @procartoonists @CRNetInt @indexCensorship @amnestylondon— MarshallNotFunny (@marshallcartoon) February 25, 2021
@cartoonmovement @UNHumanRights @cartooningPeace @ukinmyanmar @cartoonmovement #cartoons pic.twitter.com/XAVUwpCIjU
Another #threefingers salute by @cartoonsidrew to #MyanmarCartoonistsAssociation #Myanmar @indexCensorship @cartoonmovement@UNHumanRights @cartooningPeace @ukinmyanmar @justiceMyanmar pic.twitter.com/Rjy6uHCLJC— Procartoonists (@procartoonists) February 25, 2021
#threefinger portrait by @MartinRowson in support of #myanmarcartoonistsassociation #myanmar @apkcartoon @indexCensorship @cartoonmovement@UNHumanRights @CRNI @cartooningPeace @ukinmyanmar @guardian @burmacampaignuk pic.twitter.com/23JKhxxLfB— Procartoonists (@procartoonists) February 23, 2021