"A função do artista é violentar" (Glauber Rocha)

Posts tagged “Cairo

#Cartoon @Operamundi – Slaughterhouse #Egypt


Rabaa Massacre Egypt

My Freedom for April 8th officers toon on the base of Talaat Harb statue. Cairo, #Egypt via @MDSMNR

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My cartoon on Ahmed Harara in the hands of #Egypt revolutionaries yesterday

(Getty Images) Egyptian protesters shout slogans against the military rule during a demonstration in Cairo’s Tahrir square on May 4, 2012 as thousands of people took to the streets in the Egyptian capital and the Mediterranean port city of Alexandria, days after bloody clashes near the defence ministry raised tensions ahead of landmark presidential elections. Arabic writing on placard reasds: ‘The revolution continues in the square’.

Abdulhadi al-Khawaja cartoon in a protest today in front of #Bahrain embassy at #Cairo

The artwork I made for Abdulhadi al-Khawaja (see HERE), human rights activist in hunger strike for 60 days, was converted into a poster and a banner (used in today’s protest in front of Bahrain embassy at Cairo)

Hat tip SaveAlKhawaja for the poster and Sofia Smith for the photos

Feel myself deeply touched everytime I see my cartoons in the hands of #Egypt protesters

Original cartoon here: https://latuffcartoons.wordpress.com/2012/01/15/cartoon-scafgifts-were-already-delivered-to-egypt-since-last-year/

Egyptian students hold a portrait depicting a wounded revolutionary protester as they protest against the military rulers of the country in Cairo on February 11, 2012. Egyptian people mark first anniversary of the resignation of the former president Hosni Mubarak after his 30-year term. (Getty Images)

CAIRO, EGYPT – FEBRUARY 11: Students carry a symbolic coffin in rememberance for student who was killed in Port Said during the recent football match clashes on February 11, 2012 in Cairo, Egypt. Egyptian people await the upcoming first anniversary of the resignation of the former Muhammad Hosni Mubarak after his 30-year term on 11 February last year. The poor economic condition of the country and the unrest in the past are a threat to the transition to a democracy. (Getty Images)