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Searchable collection of New Yorker Magazine covers and cartoons.
|ACED: Association of Canadian Editorial Cartoonists|
Includes directory of cartoonists with samples of their works and brief biographies. News and information on conventions. Available in French and English.
|All Hat No Cattle|
Offers political cartoons, quotes, banners, jokes and Rush radio.
|America in Caricature, 1765-1865|
Online exhibition of American political cartoons depicting times of turbulence in American history from the Revolutionary War to the War of 1812 and to the presidential elections of 1860 and 1864.
|Arthur Szyk: Artist for Freedom|
Annotated images of works from "one of America's leading political artists during World War."
Collection of vintage comic strips about politics, sports, comedy, drama, and fantasy.
Exhibition of work by the Pulitzer Prize winning political cartoonist Herb Block.
|Funny Side of the Street|
Samples of the "Pepper...and Salt" cartoons that appeared in the Wall Street Journal starting in the 1950s. The cartoons are accompanied by brief essays about the business world and financial conditions of the decades
Editorial cartoons by Joe Heller of the Green Bay Press-Gazette with the latest cartoons for downloading.
"Political Cartoons from the Crash to the Millennium" features the work of Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Herb Block. Includes a biography of Herblock and his own writing on political cartooning.
|MacKay: Editorial Cartoons|
Freelance artist Graeme MacKay provides a biography and daily updated and archived political illustrations for a Canadian audience.
|Running for Office|
"Candidates, Campaigns, & the Cartoons of Clifford Berryman". Features descriptions of Berryman's recurring characters, printable downloads of the cartoons, and desktop background images. Companion to a 2008 exhibit at the National Archives.
|Art Faux Fine Art Gallery|
Containing editorial and political cartoons. Offers new image on every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
|Cartoons of Clay Bennett|
Featuring Clay Bennett's latest work and back archive.
An appreciation of the work of cartoonist and humanist, Michael Leunig, who takes an often poignant or satirical look at current affairs. View a brief biography, merchandise, and interviews.
|Edward Valtman: Cartoonist Who Came in From the Cold|
Presentation of political cartoons by Edmund Valtman. Cartoons date from 1961 to 1994.
|John Leech Sketch Archives From Punch|
Social commentary cartoons from the 1840s and 1850s drawn by John Leech for the British magazine Punch.
Sample the off-beat and often whimsical work of this Australian cartoonist for The Canberra Times. Feminism, the environment and social justice issues are themes frequently underpinning her work.
|Love the American Flag, I|
Provides a range of cartoons covering different views of the American flag.
Provides cartoons, illustrations, archives and caricature.
|Political Cartoons by David Horsey|
Includes profile of the artist and a gallery of his work.
|SFU Library Editorial Cartoons Collection|
Simon Fraser University library holds a large collection of editorial cartoons in their database obtained from Canadian newspapers between 1952 and the present. Offers original drawings and digital collections.
|Shekhar Gurera's Cartoon Gallery|
Provides cartoons and caricatures on India's politics and society.