Zehra Ömeroğlu is a cartoonist from Turkey. She draws in Leman, Gececi, Mağara, Tarama Ucu, Ot, Mis and on TV channel France 24 and many other comic magazines. She generally deals with the absurdity of the so-called seriousness of everyday life, women’s stories, taboos, human psychology and our inner conflicts. She has three books published in 2015, 2022 and 2023.
The end is near, or at least the end of the month, so it’s time for a healthy dose of international political cartoons. Read our newsletter here to find out what topics our cartoonists drew most about this month and what the most popular cartoons were (and other news).
The next product we will review is the Gaomon PD2200, a 21.5 inch pen display. At less than half the cost of a comparable 22 inch Wacom Cintiq, it's certainly worth exploring if this is a good alternative for cartoonists on a budget who do enjoy a big screen to work on. Stay tuned for the full review, which will go up in December. In the meantime, here are our other reviews of digital cartoonist gear and cartoon-related books.
Joining us recently from Uruguay, Gervasio Umpiérrez is an artist and graphic designer working for various media.
Davide Charlie Ceccon, a cartoonist and illustrator from Italy, has recently joined Cartoon Movement. He has worked for Italian newspapers and magazines for 45 years.
We are pleased to welcome US cartoonist Kirk Anderson. He has worked as a political cartoonist for Minneapolis and St. Paul dailies (Minnesota, United States) and his cartoons have been reprinted in the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Newsweek and many others. Visit his website to see more of his work.
We are happy to welcome American cartoonist Daniel Boris. Daniel has worked as a professional graphic designer for most of his life. He is an avid cartoonist and was a top 5 finalist in The Washington Post’s 2010 America’s Next Great Cartoonist contest. Daniel's artwork has appeared in numerous publications and books.