Together we are better

Super Powers

Sketcher

Mbongeni Fongoqa

Country

South Africa

Place

City of Cape Town

Cartoons

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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 .
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
I want to live in a world where there is peace and everyone is friendly
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
War is a terrible thing. It's hell. I wanted to show that presidents and leaders start a war so simply and can't understand that it is not a game. But they are still playing. Playing with people freedom, health, life. People under table or line are just innocents, victims. They are in cage and can't escape from it. Soldiers for leaders are just game statues. This game board represents war field and injustice. It has to stop.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
It shows today's political problems with Russia and Belarus. It also shows the cruelty to their own people, but the power of innocent people will defeat them and they will create people friendly environment with other countries' help, where they'll enjoy living in.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
It's easier to get a successful career if you have money, but it's really hard if you don't.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
The aim is to reduce social exclusion by increasing the redistribution of GDP. Objectives: 1. To expand the tax base by taxing the consumption of luxury goods. 2. Introduce tax progressivity. 3. Opt out of tax exemptions. 4. Restrict personal consumption through businesses. 5. To determine an adequate and fair amount of remuneration for work. Environment -> Education -> Work -> Social status.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
It depicts the restrained greed of a human. In the future, I would like to see all the united people who are not fighting each other, but sharing and cultivating the land and its resources. Less consumerism - more sustainability and lightness, less social exclusion, more promotion of local products, more dynamic farms.

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Marketing

Super Powers

Sketcher

Arminas Bartkus

Country

Lithuania

Place

Kaunas, Lithuania

Cartoons

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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 .
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
I want to live in a world where there is peace and everyone is friendly
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
War is a terrible thing. It's hell. I wanted to show that presidents and leaders start a war so simply and can't understand that it is not a game. But they are still playing. Playing with people freedom, health, life. People under table or line are just innocents, victims. They are in cage and can't escape from it. Soldiers for leaders are just game statues. This game board represents war field and injustice. It has to stop.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
It shows today's political problems with Russia and Belarus. It also shows the cruelty to their own people, but the power of innocent people will defeat them and they will create people friendly environment with other countries' help, where they'll enjoy living in.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
It's easier to get a successful career if you have money, but it's really hard if you don't.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
The aim is to reduce social exclusion by increasing the redistribution of GDP. Objectives: 1. To expand the tax base by taxing the consumption of luxury goods. 2. Introduce tax progressivity. 3. Opt out of tax exemptions. 4. Restrict personal consumption through businesses. 5. To determine an adequate and fair amount of remuneration for work. Environment -> Education -> Work -> Social status.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
It depicts the restrained greed of a human. In the future, I would like to see all the united people who are not fighting each other, but sharing and cultivating the land and its resources. Less consumerism - more sustainability and lightness, less social exclusion, more promotion of local products, more dynamic farms.

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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:
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 .
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
I want to live in a world where there is peace and everyone is friendly
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
War is a terrible thing. It's hell. I wanted to show that presidents and leaders start a war so simply and can't understand that it is not a game. But they are still playing. Playing with people freedom, health, life. People under table or line are just innocents, victims. They are in cage and can't escape from it. Soldiers for leaders are just game statues. This game board represents war field and injustice. It has to stop.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
It shows today's political problems with Russia and Belarus. It also shows the cruelty to their own people, but the power of innocent people will defeat them and they will create people friendly environment with other countries' help, where they'll enjoy living in.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
It's easier to get a successful career if you have money, but it's really hard if you don't.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
The aim is to reduce social exclusion by increasing the redistribution of GDP. Objectives: 1. To expand the tax base by taxing the consumption of luxury goods. 2. Introduce tax progressivity. 3. Opt out of tax exemptions. 4. Restrict personal consumption through businesses. 5. To determine an adequate and fair amount of remuneration for work. Environment -> Education -> Work -> Social status.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
It depicts the restrained greed of a human. In the future, I would like to see all the united people who are not fighting each other, but sharing and cultivating the land and its resources. Less consumerism - more sustainability and lightness, less social exclusion, more promotion of local products, more dynamic farms.

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Future world leaders summit

Super Powers

Sketcher

Sabriyah Madhi

Country

South Africa

Place

Durban ,South Africa

Cartoons

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

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 .
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
I want to live in a world where there is peace and everyone is friendly
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
War is a terrible thing. It's hell. I wanted to show that presidents and leaders start a war so simply and can't understand that it is not a game. But they are still playing. Playing with people freedom, health, life. People under table or line are just innocents, victims. They are in cage and can't escape from it. Soldiers for leaders are just game statues. This game board represents war field and injustice. It has to stop.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
It shows today's political problems with Russia and Belarus. It also shows the cruelty to their own people, but the power of innocent people will defeat them and they will create people friendly environment with other countries' help, where they'll enjoy living in.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
It's easier to get a successful career if you have money, but it's really hard if you don't.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
The aim is to reduce social exclusion by increasing the redistribution of GDP. Objectives: 1. To expand the tax base by taxing the consumption of luxury goods. 2. Introduce tax progressivity. 3. Opt out of tax exemptions. 4. Restrict personal consumption through businesses. 5. To determine an adequate and fair amount of remuneration for work. Environment -> Education -> Work -> Social status.
Cartoonist:
Why did you choose this sketch?
It depicts the restrained greed of a human. In the future, I would like to see all the united people who are not fighting each other, but sharing and cultivating the land and its resources. Less consumerism - more sustainability and lightness, less social exclusion, more promotion of local products, more dynamic farms.

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World peace!

Super Powers

Sketcher

danieliussabonis@gmail.com

Country

LT

Place

Merkiné

University / School / Youth organisation

Merkinė Vincas Krėvė gymnasium

Cartoons

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RamsesMorales, Cuba

Cartoonist

RamsesMorales

Country

Cuba

Why did you choose this sketch?

I found it very beautiful- one world where all the people are holding hands.

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Just a game

Super Powers

Sketcher

Agnė

Country

Lithuania

Place

Merkinė

University / School / Youth organisation

Merkinė Vincas Krėvė gymnasium

Cartoons

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Mohsen Zarifian, Iran

Cartoonist

Mohsen Zarifian

Country

Iran

Why did you choose this sketch?

Most wars in human history have occurred for illusory reasons. Reasons such as religious bigotry, racial supremacy, and the desire to gain wealth from other countries. For many who started the war, war was a fun game to satisfy human pride and desire for supremacy. Useless wars and fruitless games that only result in destruction, death and sorrow

Serhii Fedko, Ukraine

Cartoonist

Serhii Fedko

Country

Ukraine

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The power of innocent people

Super Powers

Sketcher

Edis

Country

Lithuania

Place

Merkinė

University / School / Youth organisation

Merkinė Vincas Krėvė gymnasium

Cartoons

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Mohsen Zarifian, Iran

Cartoonist

Mohsen Zarifian

Country

Iran

Why did you choose this sketch?

History has shown that the will of the people always prevails over any power. For any tyrant dictator, absolute ruler and tyrannical government, there is a distinct time to leave the occupied place and let the people make their choice.

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The ladder of success

Super Powers

Sketcher

Dominykas

Country

Lithuania

Place

Merkinė

University / School / Youth organisation

Merkinė Vincas Krėvė gymnasium

Cartoons

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ADAN, Cuba

Cartoonist

ADAN

Country

Cuba

Why did you choose this sketch?

Sometimes to reach them, cheating and fraud are done, in the end the truth prevails. It is more important to be deep, to study, than to appear successful!

Miguel Morales Madrigal, Cuba

Cartoonist

Miguel Morales Madrigal

Country

Cuba

Place

Cienfuegos

Why did you choose this sketch?

I got impressed the way that young Dominykas sketched the differences in the access of rich and poor young people to a university career.

Serhii Fedko, Urkaine

Cartoonist

Serhii Fedko

Country

Ukraine

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The problem is growing social exclusion.

Super Powers

Sketcher

Leonid

Country

Lithuania

Place

Panevėžys

University / School / Youth organisation

Panevėžys University of Applied Sciences

Cartoons

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Bahram Arjmandnia, Iran

Cartoonist

Bahram Arjmandnia

Country

Iran

Why did you choose this sketch?

Dear Leonid, Creating balance in society requires perfect rules.
People who enforce the rules must also have the ability to control and direct everything.

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When people’s needs diminish

Super Powers

Sketcher

Rita

Country

Lithuania

Place

Panevesyz

University / School / Youth organisation

Panevesyz University of Applied Sciences

Cartoonist

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