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Regarding the letter about Adam Zyglis' “fixation” on President Trump and the focus on his personal and emotional response to every issue versus any “solid, factual basis” – come on. This POTUS is all about himself, all of the time, with nary a thought otherwise as to how his behaviors and tweet storms ...
In January 2017, political cartoonists got a new target: President Donald Trump. For the eight years prior, they skewered President Barack Obama; the eight years prior to that, President George W. Bush. See how that works? Those upset by political cartoons we run that are “mean to Mr. Trump” are ...

On the front page of the Tribune for September 21,1943, one of McCormick's best political cartoonists, Carey Orr, vividly illustrated the Colonel's critique of the rising welfare-warfare state: "Dictators on the Home Front" depicts a glum-looking Uncle Sam locked in a stockade, representing the "regimentation ...
The mood, he recalls, at the gathering of the world's largest organisation of political cartoonists, was somewhat dark and funereal, as if in apprehension of an imminent cartoon apocalypse. “Year after year, you hear the members there saying cartooning is a dying profession, heading down the path of the ...
Morgan: Yes, political cartoonists must be paid equally as editors, who write 1,000 words to explain their articles. Cartoonists can draw their concepts which are worth more than 10,000 words. 3. Do you think there is still a space for political cartoons in this day and age where people online create memes, ...
And we've just added another Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist to our lineup: Tom Toles, my personal favorite. He is a bipartisan critic, and uses gentle humor to make his point. I hope you'll enjoy him as much as I have over the years. Speaking of our political cartoonists, they also provide more content than ...

The 238-page hardcover explores many themes and artistic platforms, including The Golden Age of Illustration, Early Cartoonists, New Voices and New Narratives in Comics, Illustrations for Industry, Editorial Illustrators, Magazine Covers and Cartoons, and Political Cartoonists and Caricaturists. Drawn to ...
Kristen Graham covers the Philadelphia School District. A native Philadelphian – and a product of the school system and Temple University – she has written about everything from crime and county government to education since joining the Inquirer in 2000. Kristen is a Pulitzer Prize winner, part of a team ...
Some political cartoonists, especially those few with a steady job at a newspaper or magazine, don't see provocation as part of their job. Quite the opposite. As Kevin Kallaugher (known as KAL), an editorial cartoonist for The Economist and The Baltimore Sun, told The Washington Post, the secret to good ...
It's hard to say about my own peers, but it has to be said: New Zealand's group of political cartoonists has hardly changed in my lifetime. In an era of radical generational change in politics and media, our cartoonist pool is largely static and is hardly representational. To be blunt – it's very old, very male and ...
Trump would take on deranged shooters armed with assault rifles with his hands. If he were a teacher, he thinks having a gun in his diminutive hands would be even better. Because teachers are trusted people. His daughter, Ivanka, a close presidential adviser, also believes it's a good idea. And, as it turns ...
Political cartoonists, there's only about 100 of us left, I think. We're an endangered species. I saw the cartoon, I don't know how the editors let that cartoon go by because it was not based in any journalism at all but you know what, Albuquerque Journal? I'm available! You can buy my syndicated feed and I ...
Historian and author Bryan Le Beau will present “Abraham Lincoln and the Media: How Political Cartoonists Portrayed the Civil War President.” The event will take place at 7 p.m. Monday in the Xavier Theater at USM's main campus, 4100 S. Fourth St. Admission to the event is free, but seating is limited.
Many Americans believed that after the massacre of 20 first graders in Newtown, Conn. more than five years ago that gun laws would have changed. Instead, the New York Times notes that more than 400 people have been shot in over 200 school shootings since Sandy Hook. That the worst mass shooting ...
Uganda's political cartoonists have sharp pens, producing work that is often highly critical of the government and state of the country. And yet, unlike the rest of Uganda's media, they have largely managed to avoid the government's tightening grip on freedom of expression. This, despite “often controversial ...
Political cartoonists are not in the game to win popularity contests and Low would not have won a "Friend of Fascists" award. In September of 1939, the Evening Standard published perhaps his most famous cartoon. In it he satirized the cynicism that lay at the heart of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact. He drew ...
This morning at the breakfast table the CEO was enjoying her coffee and chuckling with some political cartoons in our new favorite magazine. There's a lot of "fodder in the trough" for today's political cartoonists and most strike at the heart of our present political situation. Although many of these are clever, ...

Uganda's political cartoonists have sharp pens, producing work that is often highly critical of the government and state of the country. And yet, unlike the rest of Uganda's media, they have largely managed to avoid the government's tightening grip on freedom of expression. This, despite “often controversial ...
For close to 35 years, John Trevor, who is now retired, was the political cartoonist for the Albuquerque Journal and was nationally recognized as one of the best political cartoonists in the United States. Trevor, being from here, has a clear understanding of New Mexico and its people. Being a Journal ...
Badiucao is one of the most popular and prolific political cartoonists and artists from China, and he confronts a variety of social and political issues head on in his work. He uses his art to challenge the censorship and dictatorship in China via his Twitter account @badiucao. His work was used by Amnesty ...
Political cartoonists from across the nation and the world comment on President Donald Trump's first State of the Union address. Phil Hands, Wisconsin State Journal. 1. Buy Now · Phil Hands, Wisconsin State Journal. Jan 29, 2018. R.J. Matson, Roll Call. 2. R.J. Matson, Roll Call. Jan 31, 2018. Nate Beller ...
“The government is not giving the exact number of Iranians who fled the countryside and are now living in shanty towns, but it should well be over 16 million, up from 11 million in 2013,” added Kowsar, who, besides his water/geology expertise, is one of Iran's most followed political cartoonists, which is what ...
“The government is not giving the exact number of Iranians who fled the countryside and are now living in shanty towns, but it should well be over 16 million, up from 11 million in 2013,” added Kowsar, who, besides his water/geology expertise, is one of Iran's most followed political cartoonists, which is what ...
NEW YORK — This city bears a special significance to Israeli-Belgian cartoonist Michel Kichka. A visit here in the early 1980s helped launch a career in which he would draw political cartoons that appear in newspapers around the world. Kichka was living in Israel, having moved there at the age of 19 from ...
“The government is not giving the exact number of Iranians who fled the countryside and are now living in shanty towns, but it should well be over 16 million, up from 11 million in 2013,” added Kowsar, who, besides his water/geology expertise, is one of Iran's most followed political cartoonists, which is what ...
It's been one year since President Donald Trump took office. In that relatively brief time, he's managed to insult, alienate and marginalize almost every ethnic, cultural, social and political entity in existence, both domestic and international. Yet one group still loves him despite his narrow-minded, ...
“There are lots of political cartoonists, dedicated to those individuals who are well-informed. I am not one of them. Whenever there is an issue that I can connect with on an emotion level, I try to get my anger across in the cartoon. I stay away from political cartoons, unless I connect with an issue emotionally.”.
Modern popular provocateurs known as editorial (or political) cartoonists date to Thomas Nast, the ground-breaking artist at Harper's Weekly in the 1800s, but the vocation runs through Herblock and Pat Oliphant in the 20th century to today's Scott Stantis, Wiley Miller and others who survived cutbacks.
Modern popular provocateurs known as editorial (or political) cartoonists date to Thomas Nast, the ground-breaking artist at Harper's Weekly in the 1800s, but the vocation runs through Herblock and Pat Oliphant in the 20th century to today's Scott Stantis, Wiley Miller and others who survived cutbacks.
Modern popular provocateurs known as editorial (or political) cartoonists date to Thomas Nast, the ground-breaking artist at Harper's Weekly in the 1800s, but the vocation runs through Herblock and Pat Oliphant in the 20th century to today's Scott Stantis, Wiley Miller and others who survived cutbacks.
Modern popular provocateurs known as editorial (or political) cartoonists date to Thomas Nast, the ground-breaking artist at Harper's Weekly in the 1800s, but the vocation runs through Herblock and Pat Oliphant in the 20th century to today's Scott Stantis, Wiley Miller and others who survived cutbacks.
This is all the more dispiriting given the target-rich environment that political cartoonists find themselves in — from the dishevelled Mick Wallace to the snooty Shane Ross. Unfortunately, newspaper readers usually notice cartoonists only when there's a controversy, such as the depictions of the Prophet ...
Behind the Lines 2017: The Year's Best Political Cartoons is a collection by Australia's best political cartoonists organised under the theme The Three-Ring Circus, with the year in politics and society being examined. Such people and ideas as Donald Trump, Malcolm Turnbull, the marriage postal poll and ...
“I tread upon the path of the comedians and political cartoonists – strewn with the banana peels of moral decay,” Roberts wrote on the Portals, Ltd. website, portalsgallery.com, an art consulting, interior design and event planning enterprise that the McIlvaines simply refer to as their online business.
Conrad was one of the most renowned political cartoonists of the late 20th century. This exhibition features other notable artists, including Art Hazelwood, Doug Minkler, Mark Vallen and Ramsess, all of whom have spent major parts of their creative careers combining outstanding visual form with trenchant ...
There has been no shortage of political news in 2017, which has meant plenty of inspiration for artists and particularly political cartoonists this year. And for Sage Stossel, whose editorial-cartoon column Sage, Ink appears regularly on our Instagram page, Trump continues to be a muse of sorts. “My cartoons ...
Political cartoonists who have spent the year mastering their perfect caricature of President Donald Trump have agreed that one of his most significant features is his signature red tie. Political cartoonists told Politico that Trump's physical attributes and characteristics such as his shock of hair, pursed lips ...
Who is the most enduring cartoon character of all time, recognized across the world for his snow covered secret fortress of solitude, good deeds and worldwide acclaim? Sorry, Superman fans, but the man from Krypton, another highly recognized comic strip character in history, still doesn't hold a candle to ...
A small number of American political cartoonists used their art to cry out against injustice—and to try to inspire the public to demand the rescue of Hitler's victims. The cartoonists using their art to cajole, embarrass and pillory the politicians in London and Washington who failed to help save Jewish lives ...
They had workshops with poets, politicians, political cartoonists and others, she said. The group spent most of the time in the city of Famagusta at Eastern Mediterranean University. But the group also traveled to other cities and crossed the so-called "Buffer Zone" to visit parts of southern (Greek) Cyprus.
It also presents a new challenge for the UK's (overwhelmingly male) political cartoonists. For these artists, the rise of women in politics has ...
Thereafter many citizens could only think of Nixon as a crook and political cartoonists had some easy weeks ahead of them. Folks on the ...
In that way, his approach is different from most political cartoonists, who typically focus on the news of the day. "I think style comes not just in the ...
I would say that the most cheerful people in America right now are the political cartoonists, who met last week at Hofstra University for the ...
Carlos Latuff is one of the World's most famous political cartoonists. Born in Rio de Janeiro in 1968, he published his first political cartoon in a ...
Monday was judgement day for three former members of President Trump's election campaign. Paul Manafort and Rick Gates were charged by ...
"As political cartoonists, it's on us to be our own judges to decide if something we draw is okay or not. However, I believe the worse something ...
... words, so when it comes to forming an opinion on the past week's news, who better to turn to than the nation's best political cartoonists.
I've been referred to that way, but I tend to think of political cartoonists as constantly at it, producing more work than I do. I do, what, six or eight ...
I've been referred to that way, but I tend to think of political cartoonists as constantly at it, producing more work than I do. I do, what, six or eight ...


 

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