Candid Cartoonists: Pat Campbell on truth, simplicity and the uncontrolled laugh

Our Candid Cartoonists series continues with Canberra born-and-bred Pat Campbell. After graduating from ANU in 1993 he worked a couple of years freelance before landing casual work at the Canberra Times, working with Geoff Pryor, Ian Sharpe and John Tiedemann. In 1996 John Tiedemann left the Canberr ...

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Charged with sedition, Malaysian political cartoonist won’t stop drawing

Above: The man who goes by "Zunar," Cartoonist Zulkiflee Anwar Ulhaque. Photo by Jarni Blakkarly. Petition The Walkley Foundation supports the work of the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) in fighting for journalists' rights and safety in the Asia Pacific region. The IFJ is collec ...

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Cartooning & lampooning: The crafty art of illustration

Our August Walkley Media Talk at the State Library of NSW featured some of Australia's favourite cartoonists and artists talking about their craft. If you missed it, check out our podcast: Cartoonists lampoon our politicians, provide a running commentary on the day’s big issues and can sum up ...