“Hanging in There”: a cartoon about the coronavirus and its effect on humanity
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I spent hours preparing an illustration about the cùàoronavirus, and in the end, I deleted all and made this sketch. I’m just thinking of all my fellow Italians in lockdown, my family and my friends, and the doctors and nurses that are fighting this disease and saving lives everywhere in the world. We will pullContinue reading “Pulling Through”
“Coronavirus Outlet”: A cartoon about making money over panic
Pay Per Laugh: Il Manifesto and the “Visibility” Currency
Have you ever been paid in visibility? Visibility is an odd currency, whose value increased ten-fold when the internet era kicked in – say, the beginning of the 2000s. If my visibility liquidity was converted in euros, I’d be a millionaire. What is this visibility retribution? It happens when a professional in some field, aContinue reading “Pay Per Laugh: Il Manifesto and the “Visibility” Currency”
As most of you know, my country, Italy, has been sliding faster and faster down toward an ultra-nationalism pit that, for us Italians, is represented by our Interior Minister Salvini’s political party, Lega. It is a grave that we dug with our own hands. Some of us dug to join the deep trenches our left-wingContinue reading ““Good Italians””
“Paper Boats”: A cartoon about boats of migrants stuck in the Mediterranean because of “paper” issues.
“The ‘Right’ Way to Europe”
“The ‘Right’ Way to Europe”: a Cartoon Against Fascisms I’m concerned for the direction Europe – and Italy in particular, as I can witness it from the inside – is taking, heading more and more toward an alt-right and extremist direction.