A selection of (mostly) European cartoons about the violent protests in Kiev.
A common theme runs through all these cartoons. It’s the ‘What-do-we-call-each-other-now-after-slinging-mud-at-each-other-for-all-these-years?”
Iran and the United States are definitely engaged in a protracted mating dance but there’s still a lot of wary feet-shuffling going on.
Nothing Off Limits as Cartoonists Critique Chemical Warfare
The Syrian conflict is not something to joke about. But in the darkness of the actual news there may be some lightness. Middle Eastern cartoonists are injecting humor as a way for people to deal with the war.
These two cartoons were drawn for Cartoon Movement. The top cartoon, by Iran’s Payam Boromand, is about drought and water scarcity. The bottom cartoon, by the Czech Republic’s SvitalskyBros is called “The Last Drop”. It’s a comment on how world’s population is growing the fastest in parts of the world where fresh water is scarcest. Click here for more Cartoon Movement cartoons about water.