✨ I am one of the winners of the contest for stories that make the difference ‘Strike 2018’ – whose final I took part into yesterday! ✨
It’s been an amazing experience, for so many reasons it’s hard to squeeze them up in a single post without being prolix. Suffices to say I got the chance to reflect on myself, on my personal story – how I became a cartoonist – confronting it with 9 other incredible stories, told by excellent and energetic storytellers. Everyone was amazing – the organization, the participants, the public – and I’ve got the sensation this contest will live a long and exciting life!
Here’s the video of the awards ceremony!
My cartoon “2020. Lunch Atop a Skyscraper” has been published on the new issue of “Renewable Matter” – and its Italian version, “Materia Rinnovabile” – international magazine that highlights the new challenges between economy, society and environment. You can buy the magazine here: http://www.renewablematter.eu/
“Women’s Church”: A Cartoon About Womens’ Right to Choice over Abortion
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My cartoons, “Aim High” (biggest on the right bottom corner of the image) and “Syrian Sarin” are part of the exhibition of the Inktspotprijst 2018, which selects the 100 best Dutch cartoons of the year.
The exhibition is hosted by the Amsterdam library, the The Hague library and the Limburg Museum!
“The Cure?”: A Cartoon Against Nuclear Weapons
Today is the “International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons”. There are around 15 thousand nuclear warheads around the world and more than half of the world’s population lives in countries that either have such warheads or are members of nuclear alliances.