The artist said he "certainly didn't expect" his tribute to those slain in Christchurch to go viral.
An excerpt from The Arab of the Future: Volume 2, the highly anticipated continuation of Riad Sattouf's internationally acclaimed, #1 French bestseller, which was hailed by The New York Times as "a disquieting yet essential read."
Each of Chinese artist Badiucao's cartoons is an incisive comment on life in China today -- the lack of religious freedom, political oppression and the pervasiveness of Communist Party ideology.
He punches hard, he's opinionated, his commentary is biting, his cartoons are thought provoking, and he doesn't regret being a magnet for nasty criticism. He is Brazilian cartoonist Carlos Latuff who doesn't mince words or hold back on stirring up people, in his country and across continents.
What is it about cartoons and caricatures that riles politicians, religious figures, business fat cats, authorities and people of different stripes?
“Every day, I go to work still enjoying the challenge of creating expression and body language. It’s never a burden, never a job. It’s just fun.”
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The character of Peppermint Patty was inspired by Patricia Swanson, one of Schulz's cousins on his mother's side. Schulz
Shrigley was recently selected for the Fourth Plinth Commission which will launch in London's Trafalgar Square in 2016. With
At its height, Schulz's Peanuts comic strip was published in 75 countries, in 21 different languages. 16. Schulz loved the
Many of you have undoubtedly experienced the wonder that is the Peanuts comic in one way or another. Perhaps you read the
Today is the birthday of American cartoonist Charles Monroe Schulz. The "Peanuts" creator would turn 90 years old if he were
I reassured myself that many great and well-regarded artists, from Updike to Fellini, started out as cartoonists. People like looking at pictures. Dickens's and Twain's work was originally illustrated.
In the video below, beloved cartoonist Charles Schulz gives a little bit of background behind his Charlie Brown character
Benton fell out of favor after World War II and continued his battle against New York and the dominance of Abstract Expressionism
He has lived in New York for 77 years and has spent the last 40 summers in Provincetown. Even so, the key to his genius as a satirist, is that he doesn't feel at home anywhere.
In May, the home of a Swedish cartoonist who drew Mohammed was targeted by arsonists. In January, a Danish cartoonist was