Caricature Cartoon Canada by Terry Mosher

By Terry Mosher

"The suggestion for this assortment got here from a talk I had with the nice Russian cartoonist Oleg Dergachov, who now lives in Montreal. Oleg informed me of a Moscow cartoonist who, on his deathbed, requested that onea of his favorite cartoons be engraved on his gravestone. instead of the standard textual content. it appears a gaggle of associates now assemble each year and toast their former pal over his specific headstone with a tumbler of vodka or two.
The anecdote poses a query of any cartoonist: What caricature have you ever attracted to date that you'd such a lot prefer to be remembered for? So I requested the entire political cartoonists now operating correct throughout Canada that very query – after which to ship me their favourites for this booklet.
This publication then is a photograph of latest Canadian matters and attitudes – a few particularly arguable – as illustrated throughout the wit and knowledge of our cartoonists. Given the range of kinds and issues of view, this assortment is facts that Canadian cartoonists operating correct around the land are very, excellent at what they do. -- Terry Mosher
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