Call for Climate Justice

We are living in a major climate crisis. While countries in the global south have done the least to contribute to the issue. They risk to bear impacts of climate change. Countries in the global north have not only contributed to exacerbating the climate crisis, but due to the historical legacy of colonialism, have contributed to an extent to the lack of adaptive capacity for countries in the global south who are still battling with provisions of basic needs. These countries in the global South risk being shock absorbers for impacts of climate change in the future. Therefore, climate justice as an underpinning principle for climate action is important to ensure that the smallest contributors to the crisis do not pay the highest price.

Super Powers

Sketcher

Sibusiso Mazomba

Country

South Africa

Place

South Africa

Cartoons

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

Cartoonist:
Sibusiso Mazomba
Why did you choose this sketch?
The cartoon hinges on the a similar theme to the titanic ship that sank after it hit an iceberg. Rich passengers were transported off into small boats while poor passengers were left to sink in the ship. Similarly, the ship in this cartoon represents the world and the iceberg represents the issue of climate change. Climate change (iceberg) will cause world scale destruction that threatens our entire world (ship). The submerged part of the ship represents the Global South and how poor people from grassroots communities in the Global South will bear impacts of climate change. The part of the ship that is above water represents the Global North and all the multinational corporations in rich countries that are responsible for majority of emissions. While the whole ship sinks (I.e the whole world is affected by climate change), people in the global North are less vulnerable to impacts of climate change. They don’t sink with the ship as they have resources such as boats (I.e this represents historical advantage, strong financial institutions and more resources for developed countries) to protect themselves. While the global south suffers from impacts of climate change, countries in the global north have greater adaptive capacity and resilience to protect themselves. Therefore, in the cartoon, they are able to escape this disaster due advantage over the global South that they have. The message is that the global South contribute the least to climate change and yet they will suffer the most. Countries in the global north emit more but will have more capacity to protect themselves in the advent of climate induced disasters. The global south is suffering from a problem that is not if their own making. Therefore, climate justice must be an underpinning principle to combating climate change to ensure that poor communities in the global south do not become shock absorbers for impacts of climate change in the future
Cartoonist:
Kegomoditswe Mabunda
Why did you choose this sketch?
This idea is to show that the continent of Africa is isolated from the rest of the world, and the children in it. This idea is so that people can understand that children in Africa, and even children around the world are silenced and ignored by people in power.
Cartoonist:
sean
Why did you choose this sketch?
Kara dikku is the up coming god of skating but his father does not agree with his sport of choose
Cartoonist:
Bahram Arjmandnia
Why did you choose this sketch?
Dear Ramaru. Your design is very beautiful and excellent. For many years, concept designers in the world with Photoshop and other software have created incredibly beautiful ideas and amazed everyone. I think you too can become one of them in the near future. I wish you all the best. I implemented this concept with Photoshop. I have no claim in this profession at all and I wanted to put it next to your beautiful design.
Cartoonist:
Eshgraphix
Why did you choose this sketch?
Thischaracter is based on my movie called Tiger man , the the one on the picture is the man character on my comic book .I wish I could release this animation soon because I have a strongoing story lime about this animation / comic
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?
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:
Arminas Bartkus
Why did you choose this sketch?
I wanna have my own brand. I can't do this because I am to young.
Cartoonist:
Ramaru Ashley
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea is to realistify any drawing with photoshop and this is something new in south Africa I also want to battle with other graphic designers in order to show our skills
Cartoonist:
Sabriyah Madhi
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea or what my cartoon wishes to depict is a world leaders summit where all the world leaders are women .

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Be seen, but not heard

The main idea is to push the agenda that children should not be limited by their circumstances, their living conditions or even down to what continent they’re living in, even culture expects us to be silent.

Super Powers

Sketcher

Kegomoditswe Mabunda

Country

South Africa

Place

National School of Arts Braamfontein Johannesburg

Cartoons

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

Cartoonist:
Sibusiso Mazomba
Why did you choose this sketch?
The cartoon hinges on the a similar theme to the titanic ship that sank after it hit an iceberg. Rich passengers were transported off into small boats while poor passengers were left to sink in the ship. Similarly, the ship in this cartoon represents the world and the iceberg represents the issue of climate change. Climate change (iceberg) will cause world scale destruction that threatens our entire world (ship). The submerged part of the ship represents the Global South and how poor people from grassroots communities in the Global South will bear impacts of climate change. The part of the ship that is above water represents the Global North and all the multinational corporations in rich countries that are responsible for majority of emissions. While the whole ship sinks (I.e the whole world is affected by climate change), people in the global North are less vulnerable to impacts of climate change. They don’t sink with the ship as they have resources such as boats (I.e this represents historical advantage, strong financial institutions and more resources for developed countries) to protect themselves. While the global south suffers from impacts of climate change, countries in the global north have greater adaptive capacity and resilience to protect themselves. Therefore, in the cartoon, they are able to escape this disaster due advantage over the global South that they have. The message is that the global South contribute the least to climate change and yet they will suffer the most. Countries in the global north emit more but will have more capacity to protect themselves in the advent of climate induced disasters. The global south is suffering from a problem that is not if their own making. Therefore, climate justice must be an underpinning principle to combating climate change to ensure that poor communities in the global south do not become shock absorbers for impacts of climate change in the future
Cartoonist:
Kegomoditswe Mabunda
Why did you choose this sketch?
This idea is to show that the continent of Africa is isolated from the rest of the world, and the children in it. This idea is so that people can understand that children in Africa, and even children around the world are silenced and ignored by people in power.
Cartoonist:
sean
Why did you choose this sketch?
Kara dikku is the up coming god of skating but his father does not agree with his sport of choose
Cartoonist:
Bahram Arjmandnia
Why did you choose this sketch?
Dear Ramaru. Your design is very beautiful and excellent. For many years, concept designers in the world with Photoshop and other software have created incredibly beautiful ideas and amazed everyone. I think you too can become one of them in the near future. I wish you all the best. I implemented this concept with Photoshop. I have no claim in this profession at all and I wanted to put it next to your beautiful design.
Cartoonist:
Eshgraphix
Why did you choose this sketch?
Thischaracter is based on my movie called Tiger man , the the one on the picture is the man character on my comic book .I wish I could release this animation soon because I have a strongoing story lime about this animation / comic
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?
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:
Arminas Bartkus
Why did you choose this sketch?
I wanna have my own brand. I can't do this because I am to young.
Cartoonist:
Ramaru Ashley
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea is to realistify any drawing with photoshop and this is something new in south Africa I also want to battle with other graphic designers in order to show our skills
Cartoonist:
Sabriyah Madhi
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea or what my cartoon wishes to depict is a world leaders summit where all the world leaders are women .

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kara dikku

Super Powers

Sketcher

sean

Country

South Africa

Place

busbyhouse

Themes:

Super Powers

Cartoons

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

Cartoonist:
Sibusiso Mazomba
Why did you choose this sketch?
The cartoon hinges on the a similar theme to the titanic ship that sank after it hit an iceberg. Rich passengers were transported off into small boats while poor passengers were left to sink in the ship. Similarly, the ship in this cartoon represents the world and the iceberg represents the issue of climate change. Climate change (iceberg) will cause world scale destruction that threatens our entire world (ship). The submerged part of the ship represents the Global South and how poor people from grassroots communities in the Global South will bear impacts of climate change. The part of the ship that is above water represents the Global North and all the multinational corporations in rich countries that are responsible for majority of emissions. While the whole ship sinks (I.e the whole world is affected by climate change), people in the global North are less vulnerable to impacts of climate change. They don’t sink with the ship as they have resources such as boats (I.e this represents historical advantage, strong financial institutions and more resources for developed countries) to protect themselves. While the global south suffers from impacts of climate change, countries in the global north have greater adaptive capacity and resilience to protect themselves. Therefore, in the cartoon, they are able to escape this disaster due advantage over the global South that they have. The message is that the global South contribute the least to climate change and yet they will suffer the most. Countries in the global north emit more but will have more capacity to protect themselves in the advent of climate induced disasters. The global south is suffering from a problem that is not if their own making. Therefore, climate justice must be an underpinning principle to combating climate change to ensure that poor communities in the global south do not become shock absorbers for impacts of climate change in the future
Cartoonist:
Kegomoditswe Mabunda
Why did you choose this sketch?
This idea is to show that the continent of Africa is isolated from the rest of the world, and the children in it. This idea is so that people can understand that children in Africa, and even children around the world are silenced and ignored by people in power.
Cartoonist:
sean
Why did you choose this sketch?
Kara dikku is the up coming god of skating but his father does not agree with his sport of choose
Cartoonist:
Bahram Arjmandnia
Why did you choose this sketch?
Dear Ramaru. Your design is very beautiful and excellent. For many years, concept designers in the world with Photoshop and other software have created incredibly beautiful ideas and amazed everyone. I think you too can become one of them in the near future. I wish you all the best. I implemented this concept with Photoshop. I have no claim in this profession at all and I wanted to put it next to your beautiful design.
Cartoonist:
Eshgraphix
Why did you choose this sketch?
Thischaracter is based on my movie called Tiger man , the the one on the picture is the man character on my comic book .I wish I could release this animation soon because I have a strongoing story lime about this animation / comic
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?
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:
Arminas Bartkus
Why did you choose this sketch?
I wanna have my own brand. I can't do this because I am to young.
Cartoonist:
Ramaru Ashley
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea is to realistify any drawing with photoshop and this is something new in south Africa I also want to battle with other graphic designers in order to show our skills
Cartoonist:
Sabriyah Madhi
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea or what my cartoon wishes to depict is a world leaders summit where all the world leaders are women .

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Sky face

Bahram Arjmandnia, Iran

Super Powers

Cartoonist

Bahram Arjmandnia, Iran

Themes:

Super Powers

TIGER MAN

Super Powers

Sketcher

Eshgraphix

Country

South Africa

Place

Jo'burg

Themes:

Super Powers

Cartoons

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

Cartoonist:
Sibusiso Mazomba
Why did you choose this sketch?
The cartoon hinges on the a similar theme to the titanic ship that sank after it hit an iceberg. Rich passengers were transported off into small boats while poor passengers were left to sink in the ship. Similarly, the ship in this cartoon represents the world and the iceberg represents the issue of climate change. Climate change (iceberg) will cause world scale destruction that threatens our entire world (ship). The submerged part of the ship represents the Global South and how poor people from grassroots communities in the Global South will bear impacts of climate change. The part of the ship that is above water represents the Global North and all the multinational corporations in rich countries that are responsible for majority of emissions. While the whole ship sinks (I.e the whole world is affected by climate change), people in the global North are less vulnerable to impacts of climate change. They don’t sink with the ship as they have resources such as boats (I.e this represents historical advantage, strong financial institutions and more resources for developed countries) to protect themselves. While the global south suffers from impacts of climate change, countries in the global north have greater adaptive capacity and resilience to protect themselves. Therefore, in the cartoon, they are able to escape this disaster due advantage over the global South that they have. The message is that the global South contribute the least to climate change and yet they will suffer the most. Countries in the global north emit more but will have more capacity to protect themselves in the advent of climate induced disasters. The global south is suffering from a problem that is not if their own making. Therefore, climate justice must be an underpinning principle to combating climate change to ensure that poor communities in the global south do not become shock absorbers for impacts of climate change in the future
Cartoonist:
Kegomoditswe Mabunda
Why did you choose this sketch?
This idea is to show that the continent of Africa is isolated from the rest of the world, and the children in it. This idea is so that people can understand that children in Africa, and even children around the world are silenced and ignored by people in power.
Cartoonist:
sean
Why did you choose this sketch?
Kara dikku is the up coming god of skating but his father does not agree with his sport of choose
Cartoonist:
Bahram Arjmandnia
Why did you choose this sketch?
Dear Ramaru. Your design is very beautiful and excellent. For many years, concept designers in the world with Photoshop and other software have created incredibly beautiful ideas and amazed everyone. I think you too can become one of them in the near future. I wish you all the best. I implemented this concept with Photoshop. I have no claim in this profession at all and I wanted to put it next to your beautiful design.
Cartoonist:
Eshgraphix
Why did you choose this sketch?
Thischaracter is based on my movie called Tiger man , the the one on the picture is the man character on my comic book .I wish I could release this animation soon because I have a strongoing story lime about this animation / comic
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?
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:
Arminas Bartkus
Why did you choose this sketch?
I wanna have my own brand. I can't do this because I am to young.
Cartoonist:
Ramaru Ashley
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea is to realistify any drawing with photoshop and this is something new in south Africa I also want to battle with other graphic designers in order to show our skills
Cartoonist:
Sabriyah Madhi
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea or what my cartoon wishes to depict is a world leaders summit where all the world leaders are women .

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Yes or No

Super Powers

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:
Sibusiso Mazomba
Why did you choose this sketch?
The cartoon hinges on the a similar theme to the titanic ship that sank after it hit an iceberg. Rich passengers were transported off into small boats while poor passengers were left to sink in the ship. Similarly, the ship in this cartoon represents the world and the iceberg represents the issue of climate change. Climate change (iceberg) will cause world scale destruction that threatens our entire world (ship). The submerged part of the ship represents the Global South and how poor people from grassroots communities in the Global South will bear impacts of climate change. The part of the ship that is above water represents the Global North and all the multinational corporations in rich countries that are responsible for majority of emissions. While the whole ship sinks (I.e the whole world is affected by climate change), people in the global North are less vulnerable to impacts of climate change. They don’t sink with the ship as they have resources such as boats (I.e this represents historical advantage, strong financial institutions and more resources for developed countries) to protect themselves. While the global south suffers from impacts of climate change, countries in the global north have greater adaptive capacity and resilience to protect themselves. Therefore, in the cartoon, they are able to escape this disaster due advantage over the global South that they have. The message is that the global South contribute the least to climate change and yet they will suffer the most. Countries in the global north emit more but will have more capacity to protect themselves in the advent of climate induced disasters. The global south is suffering from a problem that is not if their own making. Therefore, climate justice must be an underpinning principle to combating climate change to ensure that poor communities in the global south do not become shock absorbers for impacts of climate change in the future
Cartoonist:
Kegomoditswe Mabunda
Why did you choose this sketch?
This idea is to show that the continent of Africa is isolated from the rest of the world, and the children in it. This idea is so that people can understand that children in Africa, and even children around the world are silenced and ignored by people in power.
Cartoonist:
sean
Why did you choose this sketch?
Kara dikku is the up coming god of skating but his father does not agree with his sport of choose
Cartoonist:
Bahram Arjmandnia
Why did you choose this sketch?
Dear Ramaru. Your design is very beautiful and excellent. For many years, concept designers in the world with Photoshop and other software have created incredibly beautiful ideas and amazed everyone. I think you too can become one of them in the near future. I wish you all the best. I implemented this concept with Photoshop. I have no claim in this profession at all and I wanted to put it next to your beautiful design.
Cartoonist:
Eshgraphix
Why did you choose this sketch?
Thischaracter is based on my movie called Tiger man , the the one on the picture is the man character on my comic book .I wish I could release this animation soon because I have a strongoing story lime about this animation / comic
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?
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:
Arminas Bartkus
Why did you choose this sketch?
I wanna have my own brand. I can't do this because I am to young.
Cartoonist:
Ramaru Ashley
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea is to realistify any drawing with photoshop and this is something new in south Africa I also want to battle with other graphic designers in order to show our skills
Cartoonist:
Sabriyah Madhi
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea or what my cartoon wishes to depict is a world leaders summit where all the world leaders are women .

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Together we are better

Super Powers

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:
Sibusiso Mazomba
Why did you choose this sketch?
The cartoon hinges on the a similar theme to the titanic ship that sank after it hit an iceberg. Rich passengers were transported off into small boats while poor passengers were left to sink in the ship. Similarly, the ship in this cartoon represents the world and the iceberg represents the issue of climate change. Climate change (iceberg) will cause world scale destruction that threatens our entire world (ship). The submerged part of the ship represents the Global South and how poor people from grassroots communities in the Global South will bear impacts of climate change. The part of the ship that is above water represents the Global North and all the multinational corporations in rich countries that are responsible for majority of emissions. While the whole ship sinks (I.e the whole world is affected by climate change), people in the global North are less vulnerable to impacts of climate change. They don’t sink with the ship as they have resources such as boats (I.e this represents historical advantage, strong financial institutions and more resources for developed countries) to protect themselves. While the global south suffers from impacts of climate change, countries in the global north have greater adaptive capacity and resilience to protect themselves. Therefore, in the cartoon, they are able to escape this disaster due advantage over the global South that they have. The message is that the global South contribute the least to climate change and yet they will suffer the most. Countries in the global north emit more but will have more capacity to protect themselves in the advent of climate induced disasters. The global south is suffering from a problem that is not if their own making. Therefore, climate justice must be an underpinning principle to combating climate change to ensure that poor communities in the global south do not become shock absorbers for impacts of climate change in the future
Cartoonist:
Kegomoditswe Mabunda
Why did you choose this sketch?
This idea is to show that the continent of Africa is isolated from the rest of the world, and the children in it. This idea is so that people can understand that children in Africa, and even children around the world are silenced and ignored by people in power.
Cartoonist:
sean
Why did you choose this sketch?
Kara dikku is the up coming god of skating but his father does not agree with his sport of choose
Cartoonist:
Bahram Arjmandnia
Why did you choose this sketch?
Dear Ramaru. Your design is very beautiful and excellent. For many years, concept designers in the world with Photoshop and other software have created incredibly beautiful ideas and amazed everyone. I think you too can become one of them in the near future. I wish you all the best. I implemented this concept with Photoshop. I have no claim in this profession at all and I wanted to put it next to your beautiful design.
Cartoonist:
Eshgraphix
Why did you choose this sketch?
Thischaracter is based on my movie called Tiger man , the the one on the picture is the man character on my comic book .I wish I could release this animation soon because I have a strongoing story lime about this animation / comic
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?
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:
Arminas Bartkus
Why did you choose this sketch?
I wanna have my own brand. I can't do this because I am to young.
Cartoonist:
Ramaru Ashley
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea is to realistify any drawing with photoshop and this is something new in south Africa I also want to battle with other graphic designers in order to show our skills
Cartoonist:
Sabriyah Madhi
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea or what my cartoon wishes to depict is a world leaders summit where all the world leaders are women .

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Marketing

Super Powers

Sketcher

Arminas Bartkus

Country

Lithuania

Place

Kaunas, Lithuania

Cartoons

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

Cartoonist:
Sibusiso Mazomba
Why did you choose this sketch?
The cartoon hinges on the a similar theme to the titanic ship that sank after it hit an iceberg. Rich passengers were transported off into small boats while poor passengers were left to sink in the ship. Similarly, the ship in this cartoon represents the world and the iceberg represents the issue of climate change. Climate change (iceberg) will cause world scale destruction that threatens our entire world (ship). The submerged part of the ship represents the Global South and how poor people from grassroots communities in the Global South will bear impacts of climate change. The part of the ship that is above water represents the Global North and all the multinational corporations in rich countries that are responsible for majority of emissions. While the whole ship sinks (I.e the whole world is affected by climate change), people in the global North are less vulnerable to impacts of climate change. They don’t sink with the ship as they have resources such as boats (I.e this represents historical advantage, strong financial institutions and more resources for developed countries) to protect themselves. While the global south suffers from impacts of climate change, countries in the global north have greater adaptive capacity and resilience to protect themselves. Therefore, in the cartoon, they are able to escape this disaster due advantage over the global South that they have. The message is that the global South contribute the least to climate change and yet they will suffer the most. Countries in the global north emit more but will have more capacity to protect themselves in the advent of climate induced disasters. The global south is suffering from a problem that is not if their own making. Therefore, climate justice must be an underpinning principle to combating climate change to ensure that poor communities in the global south do not become shock absorbers for impacts of climate change in the future
Cartoonist:
Kegomoditswe Mabunda
Why did you choose this sketch?
This idea is to show that the continent of Africa is isolated from the rest of the world, and the children in it. This idea is so that people can understand that children in Africa, and even children around the world are silenced and ignored by people in power.
Cartoonist:
sean
Why did you choose this sketch?
Kara dikku is the up coming god of skating but his father does not agree with his sport of choose
Cartoonist:
Bahram Arjmandnia
Why did you choose this sketch?
Dear Ramaru. Your design is very beautiful and excellent. For many years, concept designers in the world with Photoshop and other software have created incredibly beautiful ideas and amazed everyone. I think you too can become one of them in the near future. I wish you all the best. I implemented this concept with Photoshop. I have no claim in this profession at all and I wanted to put it next to your beautiful design.
Cartoonist:
Eshgraphix
Why did you choose this sketch?
Thischaracter is based on my movie called Tiger man , the the one on the picture is the man character on my comic book .I wish I could release this animation soon because I have a strongoing story lime about this animation / comic
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?
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:
Arminas Bartkus
Why did you choose this sketch?
I wanna have my own brand. I can't do this because I am to young.
Cartoonist:
Ramaru Ashley
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea is to realistify any drawing with photoshop and this is something new in south Africa I also want to battle with other graphic designers in order to show our skills
Cartoonist:
Sabriyah Madhi
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea or what my cartoon wishes to depict is a world leaders summit where all the world leaders are women .

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Sky face

Super Powers

Sketcher

Ramaru Ashley

Country

South Africa

Place

Johnnesburg

Themes:

Super Powers

Cartoons

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

Cartoonist:
Sibusiso Mazomba
Why did you choose this sketch?
The cartoon hinges on the a similar theme to the titanic ship that sank after it hit an iceberg. Rich passengers were transported off into small boats while poor passengers were left to sink in the ship. Similarly, the ship in this cartoon represents the world and the iceberg represents the issue of climate change. Climate change (iceberg) will cause world scale destruction that threatens our entire world (ship). The submerged part of the ship represents the Global South and how poor people from grassroots communities in the Global South will bear impacts of climate change. The part of the ship that is above water represents the Global North and all the multinational corporations in rich countries that are responsible for majority of emissions. While the whole ship sinks (I.e the whole world is affected by climate change), people in the global North are less vulnerable to impacts of climate change. They don’t sink with the ship as they have resources such as boats (I.e this represents historical advantage, strong financial institutions and more resources for developed countries) to protect themselves. While the global south suffers from impacts of climate change, countries in the global north have greater adaptive capacity and resilience to protect themselves. Therefore, in the cartoon, they are able to escape this disaster due advantage over the global South that they have. The message is that the global South contribute the least to climate change and yet they will suffer the most. Countries in the global north emit more but will have more capacity to protect themselves in the advent of climate induced disasters. The global south is suffering from a problem that is not if their own making. Therefore, climate justice must be an underpinning principle to combating climate change to ensure that poor communities in the global south do not become shock absorbers for impacts of climate change in the future
Cartoonist:
Kegomoditswe Mabunda
Why did you choose this sketch?
This idea is to show that the continent of Africa is isolated from the rest of the world, and the children in it. This idea is so that people can understand that children in Africa, and even children around the world are silenced and ignored by people in power.
Cartoonist:
sean
Why did you choose this sketch?
Kara dikku is the up coming god of skating but his father does not agree with his sport of choose
Cartoonist:
Bahram Arjmandnia
Why did you choose this sketch?
Dear Ramaru. Your design is very beautiful and excellent. For many years, concept designers in the world with Photoshop and other software have created incredibly beautiful ideas and amazed everyone. I think you too can become one of them in the near future. I wish you all the best. I implemented this concept with Photoshop. I have no claim in this profession at all and I wanted to put it next to your beautiful design.
Cartoonist:
Eshgraphix
Why did you choose this sketch?
Thischaracter is based on my movie called Tiger man , the the one on the picture is the man character on my comic book .I wish I could release this animation soon because I have a strongoing story lime about this animation / comic
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?
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:
Arminas Bartkus
Why did you choose this sketch?
I wanna have my own brand. I can't do this because I am to young.
Cartoonist:
Ramaru Ashley
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea is to realistify any drawing with photoshop and this is something new in south Africa I also want to battle with other graphic designers in order to show our skills
Cartoonist:
Sabriyah Madhi
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea or what my cartoon wishes to depict is a world leaders summit where all the world leaders are women .

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Future world leaders summit

Sabriyah Madhi, South Africa

Super Powers

Sketcher

Sabriyah Madhi

Country

South Africa

Place

Durban ,South Africa

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Cartoonist:
Sibusiso Mazomba
Why did you choose this sketch?
The cartoon hinges on the a similar theme to the titanic ship that sank after it hit an iceberg. Rich passengers were transported off into small boats while poor passengers were left to sink in the ship. Similarly, the ship in this cartoon represents the world and the iceberg represents the issue of climate change. Climate change (iceberg) will cause world scale destruction that threatens our entire world (ship). The submerged part of the ship represents the Global South and how poor people from grassroots communities in the Global South will bear impacts of climate change. The part of the ship that is above water represents the Global North and all the multinational corporations in rich countries that are responsible for majority of emissions. While the whole ship sinks (I.e the whole world is affected by climate change), people in the global North are less vulnerable to impacts of climate change. They don’t sink with the ship as they have resources such as boats (I.e this represents historical advantage, strong financial institutions and more resources for developed countries) to protect themselves. While the global south suffers from impacts of climate change, countries in the global north have greater adaptive capacity and resilience to protect themselves. Therefore, in the cartoon, they are able to escape this disaster due advantage over the global South that they have. The message is that the global South contribute the least to climate change and yet they will suffer the most. Countries in the global north emit more but will have more capacity to protect themselves in the advent of climate induced disasters. The global south is suffering from a problem that is not if their own making. Therefore, climate justice must be an underpinning principle to combating climate change to ensure that poor communities in the global south do not become shock absorbers for impacts of climate change in the future
Cartoonist:
Kegomoditswe Mabunda
Why did you choose this sketch?
This idea is to show that the continent of Africa is isolated from the rest of the world, and the children in it. This idea is so that people can understand that children in Africa, and even children around the world are silenced and ignored by people in power.
Cartoonist:
sean
Why did you choose this sketch?
Kara dikku is the up coming god of skating but his father does not agree with his sport of choose
Cartoonist:
Bahram Arjmandnia
Why did you choose this sketch?
Dear Ramaru. Your design is very beautiful and excellent. For many years, concept designers in the world with Photoshop and other software have created incredibly beautiful ideas and amazed everyone. I think you too can become one of them in the near future. I wish you all the best. I implemented this concept with Photoshop. I have no claim in this profession at all and I wanted to put it next to your beautiful design.
Cartoonist:
Eshgraphix
Why did you choose this sketch?
Thischaracter is based on my movie called Tiger man , the the one on the picture is the man character on my comic book .I wish I could release this animation soon because I have a strongoing story lime about this animation / comic
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?
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:
Arminas Bartkus
Why did you choose this sketch?
I wanna have my own brand. I can't do this because I am to young.
Cartoonist:
Ramaru Ashley
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea is to realistify any drawing with photoshop and this is something new in south Africa I also want to battle with other graphic designers in order to show our skills
Cartoonist:
Sabriyah Madhi
Why did you choose this sketch?
My idea or what my cartoon wishes to depict is a world leaders summit where all the world leaders are women .

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