The Power of Cartoons

By showing cartoons on shirts and at exhibitions, we aim to amplify their impact, sparking conversations, challenging perspectives, and fostering a deeper understanding of pressing issues.

Our curated collection of editorial cartoons reflects the power of visual storytelling to confront societal norms, provoke critical thought, and inspire positive transformation.

Explore our selection and join us in celebrating the art of satire and the pursuit of meaningful change.

Giacomo Cardelli (Italy)

Freedom fighters

To do this, however, is not easy feat. The cartoonists must combine journalism and artistry, creativity and accuracy. A cartoonists has just the one image to get the point across. On average, a viewer will spent just three seconds looking at a cartoon. This means the cartoon has to deliver the message immediately and clearly, and do so in a way that makes you laugh or think, or both.

A pillar of democracy

Wherever there is power, there are people who fear this power. The editorial cartoonists is one of the most avid defenders of freedom of expression, because editorial cartoons cannot exist where and when freedom is not present. Those who seer to limit freedom, seek to limit the power and influence of editorial cartoons. Every day, cartoonists in various parts of the world are prosecuted for crossing the lines that people have set to protect this privilege. And every day, cartoonists continue to push the limits, to defend freedom of expression are a basic right. It’s a pilar of democracy.

Jimmy Margulies - USA