cartoonists

This interview was originally published on World Literature Today. Read the Vietnamese version here. There are also rappers
An eclectic artist herself, Louise knows a little something about both the joy and struggle of the artist's life.
Filmmaker Leah Wolchok delved into The New Yorker cartoon submission process and discovered a peculiar fact.
This year, it is Raif Badawi -- jailed, publicly lashed, and fined for standing up to the Saudi monarchy -- who is nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, alongside his also-imprisoned lawyer and brother-in-law Waleed Abulkhair.
Archie Comics' editor in chief described Tom Moore as "a cartoonist's cartoonist."
Stephan has one of the most popular comic strips around; his tipping point was when Scott Adams, creator of the Dilbert comic strip, noticed his work and mentioned it in a blog post. The rest is history.
The New York City-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has come out with a new report that deals with the challenges faced by cartoonists across the globe. In light of the attack on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo last January, a report of this nature is quite timely.
Cartoon or die.
The dangers of cartooning.
Satire: Somebody's going to be offended. (And...?)