“Blind Fear”

“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””

Interview about satire on L’Adige

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 Persistence of Climate Change”

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.

“Hands in Pockets”

Yesterday the Week for Climate started with a big strike in 4500 location across 150 countries. Soon it’s going to be too late to act on global warming and stop climate change. We can’t wait any longer. (the idea for this illustration comes from a students’ protest, where students were standing on blocks of iceContinue reading ““Hands in Pockets””

“Extinction Rebellion”

When I saw for the first time signs of the Extinction Rebellion movement I was biking to the office, in Amsterdam. I was in front of the Rijksmuseum, right in the center. The traffic had been blocked by a group of people, not many, they could have been around 30, maybe even less. They wereContinue reading ““Extinction Rebellion””