Friday, September 17, 2021

Cau Gomez wins the 23rd PortoCartoon Grand Prix

 From Mundiario.

The plague, Grand Prix / Cau Gomez, Brazil

Brazilian cartoonist Cau Gomezwho has also received the award in 2002, wins the 23rd PortoCartoon Grand Prix at the event organized by the Museu da Imprensa, in Porto, Portugal.

Other finalists:

Wednesday, September 15, 2021

MacKinnon in "Courrier international"


French magazine Courrier international has published, in this week's edition, a cartoon of Trudeau father and son by Halifax Chronicle Herald cartoonist Bruce MacKinnon.

Monday, September 13, 2021

"Images of Justice" Cartoon Contest

 From the University of Ottawa.

The Human Rights Research and Education Centre (HRREC) of the University of Ottawa is pleased to participate in the third edition of Images of Justice: The Right to Housing.

This edition will exhibit satirical and comic visualization of various facets and challenges of the human right to adequate housing. 

Thursday, September 9, 2021

"Press cartoons, free to laugh?" Online Conference

From Facebook.

At the invitation of the EUNIC network in Montreal, the European Union National Institutes for Culture and Cartooning for Peace proposes the second online conference, Press cartoons, free to laugh?

Conducted in English, it will take place online on the symbolic date of September 21, World Peace Day.

Tuesday, September 7, 2021

"King of Cartoons"

King of Cartoons has been published. This legacy tribute book is an amazing collection of cartoons Alan King created while working at the Ottawa Citizen

Saturday, September 4, 2021

Graham Harrop celebrates 25 years at the Vancouver Sun

Kevin Griffin in The Vancouver Sun

Graham Harrop looks as whimsical as you might expect from a cartoonist known for aiming at the funny bone.

He seems to have a perpetual wry smile, like he’s hard-wired to see the absurdity of life. 

On his head, white hair tumbles over his forehead and ears. That he has so much of it at age 77 is a wonder.

Friday, September 3, 2021

Finalist in the 3rd International Libex 2021 Competition

From the Facebook page of Centro Librexpression.

Tom, Trouw, The Netherlands

The Euro-Mediterranean Center Librexpression (Giuseppe Di Vagno Foundation) is proud to present the 10 finalists of its editorial cartoons International Competition: LIBEX2021 dedicated to “Cancel Culture and politically correctness". 

They were chosen from the 218 cartoons submitted by160 cartoonists, from 55 different countries, by an international Jury composed of Marlene Pohle (Argentina), Marilena Nardi (Italy), Joep Bertrams (Netherlands), Z (Tunisia), Gian Paolo Accardo (Italy) and Oscar Buonamano (Italy).