Political illustrators

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Joe Magee Joe Magee
Joe Magee
Monica Hellstrom Monica Hellstrom
Monica Hellstrom
Inma Hortas Inma Hortas
Inma Hortas
Wayne Mills Wayne Mills
Wayne Mills
Jiyeun Kang Jiyeun Kang
Jiyeun Kang
Audrey Malo Audrey Malo
Audrey Malo
Stephanie Wunderlich Stephanie Wunderlich
Stephanie Wunderlich
Mai Ly Degnan Mai Ly Degnan
Mai Ly Degnan
Kotynski Kotynski
Kotynski
Oboh Moses Oboh Moses
Oboh Moses
David Senior David Senior
David Senior
Sebastien Thibault Sebastien Thibault
Sebastien Thibault
Chris Madden Chris Madden
Chris Madden
Pablo Lobato Pablo Lobato
Pablo Lobato
Tony Healey Tony Healey
Tony Healey
Iliana Galvez Iliana Galvez
Iliana Galvez
Martin Tognola Martin Tognola
Martin Tognola
Gary Neill Gary Neill
Gary Neill
Katy Lemay Katy Lemay
Katy Lemay
Nathan Hackett Nathan Hackett
Nathan Hackett
Roberto Cigna Roberto Cigna
Roberto Cigna
Dominic Bodden Dominic Bodden
Dominic Bodden
Hanna Melin Hanna Melin
Hanna Melin
Nicolas Ogonosky Nicolas Ogonosky
Nicolas Ogonosky
Van Saiyan Van Saiyan
Van Saiyan
Daniella Ferretti Daniella Ferretti
Daniella Ferretti

Political illustrators

The political illustrator’s world view is derived from news, conflict, social change, and world leaders. They comment, ridicule, chastise, and otherwise expose, the underpinnings of our society and put them on view for you and I to see.
Part and parcel of the political illustrator’s world, is a profound sense of what’s right, and what’s wrong with society. They unearth–in the most artistic of ways– using caricature, exaggeration, humor, and sometimes vulgarity, to get their point across.
The tools of the political illustrator go beyond a sharp pen and mind. Their ability to draw almost anything, then to distill an idea down to its simplest visual terms, is what they do best.
You’ll find the political illustrator’s hawk eye focused on the hottest topics of the day. From climate change to warmongering, they have their finger on the pulse of what’s happening now.
Expert at characterization, they can define a president or dictator with a single contour or a few splashes of color. Sometimes subtle, sometimes blunt, they artfully depict their subjects to be instantly recognizable.
Their clever use of visual terms to express complex social issues sets them apart as part historians, part reporters, part visionaries. We love them for their candor, and sometimes hate them for what they bring to our attention, but a world without political illustrators would simply bore us to tears.

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