Francesco Federighi, aka Frank, is a renowned Italian caricaturist, working for Libero and Il Fatto Quotidiano. Atlhough not a political cartoonist in the strictest sense, we are delighted to be able to include his stunning caricatures here on Cartoon Movement. Check out his website to see more of his work.
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CM editor Tjeerd Royaards gave an interview to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands about the current situation for cartoonists, the work Cartoon Movement does to promote political cartoons and our 10-year partnership with the Ministry.
Read the full interview here.
We are happy to welcome Toso Borkovic, a cartoonist from Belgrade, Serbia. He turned to fulltime cartooning in the 1980s and had a regular spot in the Belgrade newspaper Vecernje Novosti and his cartoons are published world wide in various places.
Seyda is a Kurdish artist from Sweden. He has been active as an artist and freelance cartoonist since 1996.
We are very proud to welcome Gabor Papai as an official member of Cartoon Movement. Gabor is perhaps the most renowned cartoonist in Hungary, making a daily cartoon for Népszava, the last independent newspaper left in the country.
Cultural organization Schule des Ungehorsams (The School of Disobedience) is launching a new international cartoon award. The Kaktus Cartoon Award invites cartoonists from all over the world to submit their best work on climate change and climate justice.
Winning cartoons will receive monetary prizes and the best cartoons will be featured in an exhibition. Check out the competition website for more information. Cartoons can be submitted digitally until the 31st of March 2023 here.