Donald Trump behavior during #blacklivematters protests says it all When you incite hatred and violence, when you use police and military to crash minorities, when you are supposed to lead a country and instead you lobby for power and money. It is there, right under your nose.
A Minneapolis police officer chocked to death George Floyd kneeling on his neck, while three other colleagues were holding him still and he was screaming “I can’t breath”. We coexist with this day-to-day banal evil, made of good family guys, good neighbors, good citizens that are, instead, beasts and monsters inside, and can kill withoutContinue reading “Bend the Knee”
On Sunday’s front page of The New York Times, instead of articles, pictures, etc., there was simply a list: a list of people whose lives were lost to the coronavirus pandemic.
I was supposed to prepare an illustration for an editorial cartoons contest this afternoon, but I got the news that Ezio Bosso, Italian composer, musician and orchestra director, passed away. Then I remembered what a friend of mine and cartoonist, Tjeerd, told me about editorial cartoons: “If the news you read makes you angry, that’sContinue reading “Ezio Bosso passed away”
Coronatrash: a cartoon about the coronavirus and its side-effects, such as the risk of polluting the environment even more with single-use face masks and gloves
Edward Snowden warns us: there’s another mutation the Coronavirus might undergo, transforming itself, when this emergency will be over, into a mass-surveillance golem. Read the interview here: https://bit.ly/2WMkmSh
Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro dismisses the efforts of countries to contain Coronavirus, exposing his people to a real threat.
I spent hours preparing an illustration about the cùàoronavirus, and in the end, I deleted all and made this sketch. I’m just thinking of all my fellow Italians in lockdown, my family and my friends, and the doctors and nurses that are fighting this disease and saving lives everywhere in the world. We will pullContinue reading “Pulling Through”
“The Cradle of Civilization”: There’s nothing like a good dose of European democracy, to solve problems. A Cartoon about what is happening on the Greek border with Turkey, where police is attacking migrants.
“Blind Fear”: An editorial cartoon about putting the Coronavirus into perspective Yesterday I was at the Creatives for Climate event “Action Works”, organized by The Humblebrag to foster collaboration in between creatives to try and change things before it’s too late. We didn’t talk about the virus that’s spreading panic all over the world. WeContinue reading ““Blind Fear””