The Daily Green, a web site dedicated to living green, is offering its readers a one-time caption contest of a cartoon created by Arctic Circle creator Alex Hallatt. The Daily Green editors will whittle the choices down to 10 and then Alex will pick the winner who will receive a signed and framed print with [...]
The Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) has announced this year’s winner of their Science Idol: Scientific Integrity Editorial Cartoon Contest. The winner is Justin Bilicki. The annual contest hopes to draw attention to the growing problem of political interference in federal government science. “It has become increasingly difficult to trust anything or anyone associated with [...]
The annual Population Institute’s Global Media Awards competition is now open. The special interest award is designed to encourage greater media coverage of population and development issues. See their web site for entry information in the editorial cartooning category.
The Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) has announced the 12 finalists in their third annual Science Idol: Scientific Integrity Editorial Cartoon Contest. The public now has to opportunity to vote for the winner. The UCS received hundreds of cartoon entries from artists. A panel of cartoonists (Dave Coverly, Mike Keefe, Kevin (KAL) Kallaugher, Wiley Miller, [...]
» Washington Examiner editorial cartoonist Nate Beeler has been featured in American University’s magazine and also drew an illustration for the front cover. » Deflocked creator Jeff Coriveau is profiled in The Republican. » PBS’ NOW program is running an election season cartoon caption contest. The winner receives a NOW DVD (about $20 worth). » [...]
England’s Martin Honeysett and Iranian Shahrokh Heidari are among the winners of the Kyoto International Cartoon Contest. The contest is designed to raise the awareness of the public and of governments alike on the critical issue of global warming.
Parade magazine is using holding a caption contest using a Dave Coverly cartoon. Dave is a regular contributor to the mnagazine’s cartoon. The cartoon (as seen above) depicts Batman and Superman sitting at a bar. The winning caption will appear in a future issue. You can see the rules and submit your caption on the [...]
The third annual “Science Idol: The Scientific Integrity Editorial Cartoon Contest” is now taking submissions. The annual contest seeks to educated people of alleged interferences of government censoring, suppressing, or altering scientific documents. Judging this year’s competition include: Speed Bump creator Dave Coverly, Kevin Kallaugher of The Economist, Non-Sequitur creator Wiley Miller, Mike Keefe of [...]
Last January, I reported that My Cage creators Ed Power and Melissa Dejesu were running a writing and fan art contest for their feature. They have announced the winners, as well as created a new blog for their feature. Winners of each contest will be featured in the strip. They’ve posted the drawings of the [...]
Sally Forth writer Francesco Marciuliano and On a Claire Day creators Carla Ventresca and Henry Beckett will be one of six comic professionals that will be judging this year’s Lakeland Community College’s annual Comics Contest. The annual comics symposium is usually held in the spring, but this year it is a more of a series [...]
Ed Power and Melissa Dejesus, the creators of My Cage have announced two contests for their fans. The first is a writing contest (500 words or less on “Why I like My Cage”), and the second is a fan-art contest. Contest ends February 10 and the winner will be appear in a future My Cage [...]
Voting has opened over on the Chewing Pencils blog for best Christmas Carton. Polls close 4 p.m. Friday Melbourne Australia time. Two winners to be announced that night – the first selected by guest judge Mark Anderson, and a second one selected by popular vote from the blog’s visitors.
The AAEC’s web site has posted notice that two editorial cartoon contest’s deadlines are approaching. Those wanting to enter the U.N.’s Ranan Lurie Political Cartoon Award need to do so before October 1, 2007. The National Press Foundation’s Berryman Award deadline is October 5, 2007. Best of luck to all entrants.
According to E&P, Drew Rougier-Chapman has announced a cartooning contest to promote “Party Toons” – a weekly satire show he’s been developing for PBS to showcase editorial cartoons in a roundtable discussion. “I am offering $500 for the cartoon, either animated or in print, that best expresses why editorial cartoons are so vital to democracy [...]
The second annual Science Idol editorial cartoon contest is now open for public voting. The contest is sponsored by the Union of Concerned Scientists who use the competition to draw attention to political interference in scientific issues. The final judges are James McCloud (last year’s winner), Garry Trudeau (Doonesbury), Tom Toles (Washington Post) and Dave [...]