I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Luiza, from the European Press Prize! We talked about me, my career and the many challenges of drawing editorial cartoons! Read it here: Cartoonist Interview: Emanuele Del Rosso
Have you ever been paid in visibility? Visibility is an odd currency, whose value increased ten-fold when the internet era kicked in – say, the beginning of the 2000s. If my visibility liquidity was converted in euros, I’d be a millionaire. What is this visibility retribution? It happens when a professional in some field, aContinue reading “Pay Per Laugh: Il Manifesto and the “Visibility” Currency”
Summary Executions: a Cartoon about Editorial Cartoons and Powerful Governments The Portugues cartoonist Vasco Gargalo has been accused of antisemitism after he drew a cartoon against the Israeli government behavior towards Palestine. He is only the last of a long row of cartoonists whose head is served on a silver plate after they upset theContinue reading “Summary Executions”
War kills kids by the thousands every year. Just yesterday an airstrike in Syria killed 5!
‘Mass Distraction’: a cartoon about the USA war in Iran They call them mass distraction techniques! Impeachment is looming over Trump’s presidency so now he needs a massive war to divert the attention from it.
Here’s to 2019! Fires, crooks presidents, dictators, climate change, strikes, desperate migrants and more and more I couldn’t find space for in my last illustration of the year. Let’s work for a better 2020! ✨
I recently had the pleasure of having a nice chat with Giada Vicenzi, journalist of the daily newspaper L’Adige – Quotidiano indipendente del Trentino Alto Adige. We talked about my tiny but fun career within the field of political satire, and about the importance satire has in generating and enhancing political debate. The outcome wasContinue reading “Interview about satire on L’Adige”
The 25th UN Climate Change Conference – the so called COP25 – is happening in Madrid. Lots or words are spent on how to stop emissions before it’s too late, on how to collaborate, on how to improve. In the meantime, climate change persists.
Leaked documents published by the NYT expose how China is organizing mass detention of Muslims and minorities. Read more here >>
“Let There Be Light”: On 6 November the café bookshop La Pecora Elettrica, in Centocelle (Rome) has been put on fire for the second time. This criminal attacks to a place of cultural gathering can’t be tolerated. Culture is everything, without knowledge and the sharing of it we are nothing.