Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Brava Italia!

Brava Italia, an older Cartoon Movement pitch remodelled to fit the Italian Election results...

Thursday, 21 February 2013

Mohammad Saba'aneh Arrested

Cartoon Movement palestinian fellow cartoonist Mohammad Saba'aneh arrested by Israely authorities, yet without charge (4days after)...


Friday, 15 February 2013

Meteor Shower

New Cartoon Movement pitch... inspired by the Russian Meteor Shower... some calamities, such as our economy... leave behind much more victims...

...No wonder the Pope decided to quit.


Thursday, 14 February 2013

Bahrain Spring second Anniversary

New Cartoon Movement pitch, on the second Bahraini Spring anniversary.

With one more casualty... teen... again... Valentine Day once again marks the undying love for freedom.

Tuesday, 12 February 2013

All you need is love

New Cartoon Animation pitch, on occasion of the establishment of same-sex marriage and same-sex family right to adoption in France.
A different look on the anti-gay-marriage protests (and their posters) that shook Paris in a weird moment (just a day after) of the Papal resignation announcement, a papal "term" rocked by accusations and scandals of -trusted to the care of the Catholic Church- children abuse.
I wonder after such bad score... what could possibly be the argument against same-sex family adoption?

Monday, 4 February 2013

The Chair



Kids!... kids where arrested yesterday on terrosrism charges, the way they where tortured reminded me of something worth sharing.

Anteo Zamboni, a 15 year old italian anarchist, after a failed attempt against Mussolini, nearly lynched by bystanding fascists, gets identified and arrested by none other than Pier Paolo Pasolini's father, then Cavalry officer.

Although Zamboni's pictures from the attempetd lynch are in fact shoking, he died tied on a chair, with a sort of bag on his head and beaten to death.

Ironically enough, Pasolini's son Pier Paolo Paolini the filmaker died the exact way... tied on a chair, bag in head, beaten to death... for being a "dirty communist"... making "Petrolio" a film about ex-fascists after WWII, in power positions (again) in after war Italy, deciding the fate and use of Petrol in our new brave world...

Is it a non by chance symbolism of fascist cops?
Or is it a job affinity?