10 dec. 2009: Global Warming
Drawing by Poul Erik Poulsen
2013, we here present political satire, as cartoonists do best, but we will folded ourselves into more than one frame. See what happens when the Danish Cartoonists plays with comics narrative style?
In 2012 Danish cartoonists are focusing on Greenland and the changes that the big island and its people are going through these days.
Greenland is at the center of the world. The ice in Greenland is declining much faster than scientists expected, and this has important implications for the rate and impacts of climate change.
It turns out that the Greenland subsoil contains large quantities of raw materials - materials craved by the world's electronics industry.
In the fall of 2012 a group of Danish cartoonists will visit
Danish and Norwegian cartoonists pays homage to the European Convention for Human Rights with new drawings throughout 2011. Join the debate!
The Right 2 Be: Human Rights and Human Wrongs is a project dedicated to communicating human rights to the people for the people by the people. It is a tribute to the right to be. The right to be human. The right to be you. Whoever, however, wherever you are. These rights are implicitly protected in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, in the European Convention on Human Rights and in other legal documents. We want to make them alive. Give them motion. Translate them into what they are really all about in our everyday life. The project will bring light on how they are enjoyed and how they are violated.