Sixta George

1909-1986 Cartoonist American cartoonist born in Chicago, Illinois, on March 13, 1909. George Sixta went to school in his native Chicago. While in high school, he took classes at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts, where he worked under Everett Lowry (1927-28). In 1929 Sixta joined the art staff of the Chicago Times, contributing gag […]


Sergeev Vyacheslav Dmitrievich

Cartoonist, illustrator. Born in Podolsk in 1941. In 1969 he graduated from the Moscow Polygraphic Institute. He collaborated with publishing houses “Malysh”, “Detskaya Literatura”, worked in the children’s magazine “Murzilka” for many years. Since 1999 he began to draw and publish the cartoons. Among the books illustrated by the artist – a fairy tale “The […]


Selcuk Turhan

Cartoonist, comic artist Born in Milas/Turkey in 1922 His first cartoon was published in the newspaper “TÜTksózii” in 1941. As he was permanently drawing for the most famous satire magazine of the day ”Akbaba’, he also published cartoons in the magazines “Aydede”, “Yon”, “Devrim Omegi’ and for the daily newspapers, Yeni istanbul, Milliyet and Akam. […]




Souter David Henry

(1862-1935) Cartoonist, writer-playwright, illustrator Australian cartoonist born in Aberdeen, Scotland, in 1862. In the Bulletin newspaper’s early development, artist contributors were slow in coming, but gradually in the 1890s a renowned band of artists was attracted to its pages. In one decade artists such as D.H. Souter, Frank Mahony, George Lambert, Percy Spence, A.H. Fullwood, […]




Dos Santos Antonio Manuel

Cartoonist, illustrator, teacher, journalist Born in V.N. de Gala, (1968), now living in Gatab, Amarante. Illustrator of several classroom books for publishers such as Porto Editora and Edicoes Nova Gaia. Teacher since 1994 (Drawing). Contributor of the Newspaper O Reporter do Marao. Solo exhibitions: School EB 2,3 of Toutosa Traditional restaurant Quelha Library of the […]


Savkov Ilian

Сartoonist Born 1961 in Kritchim, Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Editorial cartoonist for Standart Daily Bulgaria. Working cartoons, drawings and painting. Inspired by abstract art. Awards in cartoon contests: 2015: Zemun, Serbia: Zemun International Salon Of Caricature: First Prize 2013: World Press Cartoon, Sintra, Portugal: Honourable Mention 2010: Gabrovo, Bulgaria: Annual Award of the House of Humour 2008: […]






Reznichek von Ferdinand

Cartoonist Ferdinand Freiherr von Řezníček was an Austrian painter, caricaturist, and illustrator. Born to a noble Austrian family of Czech descent, he was a half-brother of composer Emil von Řezníček. Von Řezníček’s father was a military officer, and became a cavalry officer before following his artistic inclinations. In 1888, he set up an art studio […]


Revere Paul

Cartoonist, sil¬versmith Paul was born in Boston. Paul Revere was primarily a silversmith, but his versatil¬ity was amazing: he experimented with transferring silverwork techniques to copperplate; he engraved some of the earliest American cartoons: his activities as revolutionist, propagandist and patriot are well documented; he manufactured gunpowder, discovered the process for rolling sheet copper and […]


Raczkowski Marek

Cartoonist, artist He graduated from the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. He was engaged in painting, poster, scenography. As a cartoonist he made his debut in 1992. Marek Raczkowski’s name is connected with two respected Polish magazines – with Politika, where he published his works since 1993, and with another weekly magazine, Pshekrui. http://perevodika.ru






Paul Bruno

Cartoonist, architect, graphic artist, designer Paul was born in Seifhennersdorf, a village in rural Saxony, in 1874. His father was an independent tradesman, craftsman, and dealer in building materials. At twelve years old Paul left Seifhennersdorf for Dresden, where he briefly attended Gymnasium before entering a teacher’s training school. By 1892 he was determined to […]


Pascin Julius

Cartoonist, painter Julius Mordecai Pincas known as Pascin (pronounced: [pas.kin]; erroneously French: [pas.kɛ̃] or [pa.sɛ̃]),Jules Pascin, or the “Prince of Montparnasse”, was a Bulgarian artist known for his paintings and drawings. He later became an American citizen. His most frequent subject was women, depicted in casual poses, usually nude or partly dressed. Pascin was educated […]






Neyestani Touka

Cartoonist Touka Neyestani, (born 1960 in Shahrood, Iran) is an Iranian political cartoonist who lives in Toronto, Canada. He is the brother of Mana Neyestani, who is also a cartoonist. Neyestani collaborates with more than 40 newspapers in Iran, he also does cartooning for “Nebel Spalter”, a weekly printed in Switzerland. He has participated in several international cartoon exhibitions taking place in […]


Neyestani Mana

Cartoonist, illustrator, comic book artist Mana Neyestani (born 1973 in Tehran) is an Iranian cartoonist, illustrator, and comic book creator. His work appears internationally in economic, intellectual, political and cultural magazines. He is particularly known for his work for reformist papers in Iran and Persian language websites Radio Zamaneh, Tavaana: E-Learning Institute for Iranian Civil Society, and IranWire. He is also well-known because of his […]



Muslih Muhammad

Cartoonist The artist was born in 1971 and his first published cartoons appeared in press in 1986. He was a member of Indonesia Cartoonist Association “Pakarti” and the Kaliwungu Cartoonist Association “Kokkang”. He had participated in a number of national and international competitions where he had won various awards. Some of these awards were: Mention […]





MOSHER CHRISTOPHER TERRY

Caricaturist Born in Ottawa. Ontario, on November 11, 1942. Christopher Mosher grew up in Toronto. Ontario. He attended several schools, including the Ontario College of Art in Toronto and the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Quebec City. Serious painting was his goal, and when he drew caricatures of tourists he signed himself “Aislin” (Gaelic for “dream”), […]




Henry-Bonaventure Monnier

Сaricaturist, playwright and actor Henry-Bonaventure Monnier (7 June 1799 in Paris – 3 January 1877) After studying at the Lycée Bonaparte, he frequented the workshops of Anne-Louis Girodet-Trioson and Antoine-Jean Gros. He installed himself in London in 1822 and returned to France 5 years later. His meetings with Alexandre Dumas, Théophile Gautier, Stendhal, Eugène Sue, […]




Mlechko Andrzej

Cartoonist, illustrator Andrzej Mlechko is the author of more than twenty thousand drawings and illustrations published in dozens of newspapers and magazines. There were 46 collections of his works – books and albums. The artist’s work was presented at 125 individual exhibitions in Poland and 30 abroad. In 1983, he opened his author’s gallery in […]