NO MORE HUNGER

Human Interaction

Sketcher

DEBORAH CHEMONGES

Country

South Africa

Place

From Uganda, studying in South Africa

Cartoons

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Cartoonist:
DEBORAH CHEMONGES
Why did you choose this sketch?
Every 10 seconds, a child somewhere in the world dies of hunger. I imagine a future with no more hunger.
Cartoonist:
Bahram Arjmandnia
Why did you choose this sketch?
Dear Arvash sewpaul, your idea was interesting to me. I hope one day we will live in a world full of love, purity and health.
Cartoonist:
Miguel
Why did you choose this sketch?
The cartoon illustrates the unresolved social problems and differences in a South Africa
Cartoonist:
Kate Naudé
Why did you choose this sketch?
I chose poverty as the social injustice I wanted to comment on in this sketch. The idea behind it is that people are willing to invest money into big businesses but not into the people who live on their very own streets, which is why the homeless person is holding a sign which says "STOCK EXCHANGE, PLEASE INVEST".
Cartoonist:
Mbongeni Fongoqa
Why did you choose this sketch?
Sometimes times all we really need to hear is a yes or no.
Cartoonist:
Mbongeni Fongoqa
Why did you choose this sketch?
South Africa has a lot of ways to say hi. We eat bolting watch soccer and drink castle light. We also never miss a Speingsbok game.
Cartoonist:
Mbongeni Fongoqa
Why did you choose this sketch?
An illustrative idea of how pushing and pulling as a unit can have a complex advantage to our personal desires. The physical world we have been planted on requires us to move through time in different forms of motion in order to grow. Together we are better.
Cartoonist:
Neo M Art
Why did you choose this sketch?
To heal the sad teen through my artwork and also those who go through alot to speak about their problems.
Cartoonist:
Gabriele
Why did you choose this sketch?
It speaks for itself
Cartoonist:
Ervinas Savickis
Why did you choose this sketch?
In the modern world we are not free. Especially when it's about love. We need to be free.

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Fostering Positivity

Bahram Arjmandnia, Iran

Human Interaction

Cartoonist

Bahram Arjmandnia, Iran

State capsize

Miguel Morales Madrigal, Cuba

Human Interaction

Cartoonist

Miguel Morales Madrigal, Cuba

Investments

Human Interaction

Sketcher

Kate Naudé

Country

South Africa

Place

South Africa

Cartoons

Below you’ll see the cartoons that have been made inspired by the sketch above.

Cartoonist:
DEBORAH CHEMONGES
Why did you choose this sketch?
Every 10 seconds, a child somewhere in the world dies of hunger. I imagine a future with no more hunger.
Cartoonist:
Bahram Arjmandnia
Why did you choose this sketch?
Dear Arvash sewpaul, your idea was interesting to me. I hope one day we will live in a world full of love, purity and health.
Cartoonist:
Miguel
Why did you choose this sketch?
The cartoon illustrates the unresolved social problems and differences in a South Africa
Cartoonist:
Kate Naudé
Why did you choose this sketch?
I chose poverty as the social injustice I wanted to comment on in this sketch. The idea behind it is that people are willing to invest money into big businesses but not into the people who live on their very own streets, which is why the homeless person is holding a sign which says "STOCK EXCHANGE, PLEASE INVEST".
Cartoonist:
Mbongeni Fongoqa
Why did you choose this sketch?
Sometimes times all we really need to hear is a yes or no.
Cartoonist:
Mbongeni Fongoqa
Why did you choose this sketch?
South Africa has a lot of ways to say hi. We eat bolting watch soccer and drink castle light. We also never miss a Speingsbok game.
Cartoonist:
Mbongeni Fongoqa
Why did you choose this sketch?
An illustrative idea of how pushing and pulling as a unit can have a complex advantage to our personal desires. The physical world we have been planted on requires us to move through time in different forms of motion in order to grow. Together we are better.
Cartoonist:
Neo M Art
Why did you choose this sketch?
To heal the sad teen through my artwork and also those who go through alot to speak about their problems.
Cartoonist:
Gabriele
Why did you choose this sketch?
It speaks for itself
Cartoonist:
Ervinas Savickis
Why did you choose this sketch?
In the modern world we are not free. Especially when it's about love. We need to be free.

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Yes or No

Human Interaction

Sketcher

Mbongeni Fongoqa

Country

South Africa

Place

Cape Town

Cartoons

Below you’ll see the cartoons that have been made inspired by the sketch above.

Cartoonist:
DEBORAH CHEMONGES
Why did you choose this sketch?
Every 10 seconds, a child somewhere in the world dies of hunger. I imagine a future with no more hunger.
Cartoonist:
Bahram Arjmandnia
Why did you choose this sketch?
Dear Arvash sewpaul, your idea was interesting to me. I hope one day we will live in a world full of love, purity and health.
Cartoonist:
Miguel
Why did you choose this sketch?
The cartoon illustrates the unresolved social problems and differences in a South Africa
Cartoonist:
Kate Naudé
Why did you choose this sketch?
I chose poverty as the social injustice I wanted to comment on in this sketch. The idea behind it is that people are willing to invest money into big businesses but not into the people who live on their very own streets, which is why the homeless person is holding a sign which says "STOCK EXCHANGE, PLEASE INVEST".
Cartoonist:
Mbongeni Fongoqa
Why did you choose this sketch?
Sometimes times all we really need to hear is a yes or no.
Cartoonist:
Mbongeni Fongoqa
Why did you choose this sketch?
South Africa has a lot of ways to say hi. We eat bolting watch soccer and drink castle light. We also never miss a Speingsbok game.
Cartoonist:
Mbongeni Fongoqa
Why did you choose this sketch?
An illustrative idea of how pushing and pulling as a unit can have a complex advantage to our personal desires. The physical world we have been planted on requires us to move through time in different forms of motion in order to grow. Together we are better.
Cartoonist:
Neo M Art
Why did you choose this sketch?
To heal the sad teen through my artwork and also those who go through alot to speak about their problems.
Cartoonist:
Gabriele
Why did you choose this sketch?
It speaks for itself
Cartoonist:
Ervinas Savickis
Why did you choose this sketch?
In the modern world we are not free. Especially when it's about love. We need to be free.

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A Home we all share

Human Interaction

Sketcher

Mbongeni Fongoqa

Country

South Africa

Place

Cape Town

Cartoons

Below you’ll see the cartoons that have been made inspired by the sketch above.

Cartoonist:
DEBORAH CHEMONGES
Why did you choose this sketch?
Every 10 seconds, a child somewhere in the world dies of hunger. I imagine a future with no more hunger.
Cartoonist:
Bahram Arjmandnia
Why did you choose this sketch?
Dear Arvash sewpaul, your idea was interesting to me. I hope one day we will live in a world full of love, purity and health.
Cartoonist:
Miguel
Why did you choose this sketch?
The cartoon illustrates the unresolved social problems and differences in a South Africa
Cartoonist:
Kate Naudé
Why did you choose this sketch?
I chose poverty as the social injustice I wanted to comment on in this sketch. The idea behind it is that people are willing to invest money into big businesses but not into the people who live on their very own streets, which is why the homeless person is holding a sign which says "STOCK EXCHANGE, PLEASE INVEST".
Cartoonist:
Mbongeni Fongoqa
Why did you choose this sketch?
Sometimes times all we really need to hear is a yes or no.
Cartoonist:
Mbongeni Fongoqa
Why did you choose this sketch?
South Africa has a lot of ways to say hi. We eat bolting watch soccer and drink castle light. We also never miss a Speingsbok game.
Cartoonist:
Mbongeni Fongoqa
Why did you choose this sketch?
An illustrative idea of how pushing and pulling as a unit can have a complex advantage to our personal desires. The physical world we have been planted on requires us to move through time in different forms of motion in order to grow. Together we are better.
Cartoonist:
Neo M Art
Why did you choose this sketch?
To heal the sad teen through my artwork and also those who go through alot to speak about their problems.
Cartoonist:
Gabriele
Why did you choose this sketch?
It speaks for itself
Cartoonist:
Ervinas Savickis
Why did you choose this sketch?
In the modern world we are not free. Especially when it's about love. We need to be free.

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Together we are better

Human Interaction

Sketcher

Mbongeni Fongoqa

Country

South Africa

Place

City of Cape Town

Cartoons

Below you’ll see the cartoons that have been made inspired by the sketch above.

Cartoonist:
DEBORAH CHEMONGES
Why did you choose this sketch?
Every 10 seconds, a child somewhere in the world dies of hunger. I imagine a future with no more hunger.
Cartoonist:
Bahram Arjmandnia
Why did you choose this sketch?
Dear Arvash sewpaul, your idea was interesting to me. I hope one day we will live in a world full of love, purity and health.
Cartoonist:
Miguel
Why did you choose this sketch?
The cartoon illustrates the unresolved social problems and differences in a South Africa
Cartoonist:
Kate Naudé
Why did you choose this sketch?
I chose poverty as the social injustice I wanted to comment on in this sketch. The idea behind it is that people are willing to invest money into big businesses but not into the people who live on their very own streets, which is why the homeless person is holding a sign which says "STOCK EXCHANGE, PLEASE INVEST".
Cartoonist:
Mbongeni Fongoqa
Why did you choose this sketch?
Sometimes times all we really need to hear is a yes or no.
Cartoonist:
Mbongeni Fongoqa
Why did you choose this sketch?
South Africa has a lot of ways to say hi. We eat bolting watch soccer and drink castle light. We also never miss a Speingsbok game.
Cartoonist:
Mbongeni Fongoqa
Why did you choose this sketch?
An illustrative idea of how pushing and pulling as a unit can have a complex advantage to our personal desires. The physical world we have been planted on requires us to move through time in different forms of motion in order to grow. Together we are better.
Cartoonist:
Neo M Art
Why did you choose this sketch?
To heal the sad teen through my artwork and also those who go through alot to speak about their problems.
Cartoonist:
Gabriele
Why did you choose this sketch?
It speaks for itself
Cartoonist:
Ervinas Savickis
Why did you choose this sketch?
In the modern world we are not free. Especially when it's about love. We need to be free.

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Keep fighting your mental health

Human Interaction

Sketcher

Neo M Art

Country

South Africa

Place

Joburg cbd

Cartoons

Below you’ll see the cartoons that have been made inspired by the sketch above.

Cartoonist:
DEBORAH CHEMONGES
Why did you choose this sketch?
Every 10 seconds, a child somewhere in the world dies of hunger. I imagine a future with no more hunger.
Cartoonist:
Bahram Arjmandnia
Why did you choose this sketch?
Dear Arvash sewpaul, your idea was interesting to me. I hope one day we will live in a world full of love, purity and health.
Cartoonist:
Miguel
Why did you choose this sketch?
The cartoon illustrates the unresolved social problems and differences in a South Africa
Cartoonist:
Kate Naudé
Why did you choose this sketch?
I chose poverty as the social injustice I wanted to comment on in this sketch. The idea behind it is that people are willing to invest money into big businesses but not into the people who live on their very own streets, which is why the homeless person is holding a sign which says "STOCK EXCHANGE, PLEASE INVEST".
Cartoonist:
Mbongeni Fongoqa
Why did you choose this sketch?
Sometimes times all we really need to hear is a yes or no.
Cartoonist:
Mbongeni Fongoqa
Why did you choose this sketch?
South Africa has a lot of ways to say hi. We eat bolting watch soccer and drink castle light. We also never miss a Speingsbok game.
Cartoonist:
Mbongeni Fongoqa
Why did you choose this sketch?
An illustrative idea of how pushing and pulling as a unit can have a complex advantage to our personal desires. The physical world we have been planted on requires us to move through time in different forms of motion in order to grow. Together we are better.
Cartoonist:
Neo M Art
Why did you choose this sketch?
To heal the sad teen through my artwork and also those who go through alot to speak about their problems.
Cartoonist:
Gabriele
Why did you choose this sketch?
It speaks for itself
Cartoonist:
Ervinas Savickis
Why did you choose this sketch?
In the modern world we are not free. Especially when it's about love. We need to be free.

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Covid-19

Human Interaction

Sketcher

Gabriele

Country

Lithuania

Place

Kaunas, Lithuania

Cartoons

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Osval, Cuba

Cartoonist

Osval

Country

Cuba

Why did you choose this sketch?

Vaccines for COVID-19 are essential tools to help control the pandemic.

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Our love

Human Interaction

Sketcher

Ervinas Savickis

Country

Lithuania

Place

Kaunas, Lithuania

Cartoons

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Mohsen Zarifian, Iran

Cartoonist

Mohsen Zarifian

Country

Iran

Why did you choose this sketch?

If love and marriage is about boundries and suffering, we need to get rid of it!

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