Rayma Suprani is a Venezuelan cartoonist. She graduated in journalism at the Universidad Central de Venezuela and she has worked for various newspapers based in Caracas. From 1995 to 2014 she published her cartoons daily in one of Venezuela’s most important newspapers, El Universal. She was fired over the political content of one of her cartoons. Also, she was threatened many times for her cartoons, forcing her to leave Venezuela. She now lives in the United States. Check out her website to see more of her work.
Luis Angel Espinosa Garcia is a Cuban artist currently living in Lima, Peru. He has been an independent cartoonist since 2008, making political cartoons, gag cartoons and caricatures.
Christian Mirra is an Italian illustrator and writer, and a prolific author of comics. He lives in Santander (Spain) and he´s the founder and art director of SmArt Studio, a team of six artists providing illustrations and comics to many clients around the world. Christian's works include graphic novels, comic strips, editorial cartoons, and book illustrations in a variety of styles and genres. Check out his website to see more of his work.
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Milko, aka Milko Dalla Battista, is a cartoonist, humorous designer and illustrator from Italy, working professionally in the visual communication sector. Check out his website to see more of his work.
Damir Novak is a cartoonist from Croatia. He started drawing political cartoons in 1980.
Awantha Artigala is the second cartoonist from Sri Lanka to join Cartoon Movement. He has over ten years experience in the field of editorial cartooning. Follow him on Twitter or Facebook to see more of his work.
Saad Almuhannadi is a Qatari cartoonist, working for two newspapers: Al-Watan and Al-Araby Al-Jadeed. He has also published five books on caricatures.
Nasrin Sheykhi is an Iranian caricaturist and conceptual artist whose work has won awards in many international competitions. She is now living and working in the United States. Check out her website to see more of her work.