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Jury members of the International Cartoon Competition – Morocco

Jury members of the International Cartoon Competition

3th edition of  the drawing festival press and cartoon Morocco 2021

1st edition of the International Cartoon Competition – Morocco 2021

Theme: Freedom of Expression, Between Press Law and Censorship

 Kamal hafsaoui

director of the drawing festival
of the press and of cartoon morocco

Arifur Rahman

Bangladeshi-Norwegian cartoonist, illustrator and political animator. , He has won several awards for anti-corruption cartoons from Transparency International Bangladesh and The Daily Star. He was the first and former guest cartoonist of the International Network of Cities of Refuge (ICORN) He is editor of cartoon magazine Toons Mag and organizer of international cartoon competitions and exhibitions.

Darko Drljevic

born on 28.02.1962, Kolasin, Montenegro, YU
President of Montenegro cartoon association, free artist, cartoonist, painter and  illustrator.
Till now, get 223 awards, had 60 self exhibitions, over 450 collective.

Almo The Best

is a Cameroonian comic book author, illustrator and cartoonist.
He has collaborated with many magazines such as La Cité, Mamy Wata, Bubinga, Le Marabout and Spirou hebdo1. It was referenced in the World Comics Dictionary in 2010.

Marco d’Agostino

works with his caricatures on “an analysis of the social”, a kind of “portrait psychoanalysis”. The point of arrival for a self-taught research and experimentation activity that begins at an early age, when at school he makes amateur caricatures of teachers and classmates. It is no coincidence that at the age of seven, on the occasion of his birthday, his father, realizing his talent, offered him the first easel with a canvas and tempera colors. It hasn’t stopped since. Hundreds of drawings, colored sketches, works of all kinds will emerge … He then tackles the art of engraving in the 1980s, but without ever leaving the pencil. Even when he rarely uses computer tools, he does so for small uninteresting details or just to color the backgrounds, since he still prefers to “wet the brush and point the pencil …”, he prefers “to work with the hand. hand with the use of pastels and watercolors, which leave the drawing a softer and warmer atmosphere “.

Benaji Naji 

President of the Moroccan Association of Caricature (MAC);
Director of the International Caricature Festival in Africa (FICA);
Representative of the International Caricature Federation in Morocco-FECO Morocco;
Representative of the UNION OF WORLD CARTOONISTS (UWC) in Morocco.
Founding member of the caricature school in Sfax Tunisia
collaborated with many Arab and national newspapers, magazines

Source: http://www.maghrebtoon.com/php/articles.php?lng=fr&pg=566tconfig=0

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