Posts Tagged ‘editorial cartoons’

Anti-War Cartoon Friday

Casual Friday? You're in Washington—you can do better than that. How about Anti-War Cartoon Friday? Once upon a time, Americans used to protest wars they didn't believe in and cartoonists helped fight the anti-"good fight" fight. My, how the world has changed. Tonight, editor Craig Yoe will be showing a selection of cartoons from The Great [...]

In D.C. and Industrywide, Will the iPad Save Comics and Kill Print?

Screenshots of Marvel's Apple-device application.
For print media, the potential impact of the iPad has loomed for months—even if its implications are unclear. That's still true three days after its much-heralded landing. On Saturday, Apple reportedly sold 700,000 units of the new device.
For comics books, the iPad promises a new revenue stream and a challenge to [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Politico‘s Matt Wuerker

Matt Wuerker is this year’s winner of the Herblock Prize for political cartooning. Wuerker was a finalist for last year’s Pulitzer Prize, and the award committee said his work is an "engaging mix of art and ideas, resulting in cleverly conceived cartoons that persuade rather than rant and that sometimes use animation to widen their [...]

How to Zip through “Herblock!” in 10 Minutes, Make that Meeting on the Hill

If you spend time on Capital Hill, odds are your days are pretty busy. Trust us, we understand, but your packed schedule shouldn't prevent you from checking out the "Herblock!" exhibit at the Library of Congress—especially if you're in, or even interested in, the business of governing. Use our handy guide to the latest exhibit [...]