International Cartoon Contest- Morocco /2017



Anyone participating in the contest agrees with the terms of the Decisions of the jury.


CARTOON: Africa seen by cartoonists

Conditions of participation

The number of works per participant is limited to 2 (two). The  Works  can not Have been published, exhibited or won prizes in Morocco or abroad.
Format: A4, 200 dpi, JPG / JPEG and Free Techniques

• Deadline: 15/6/2017

Works that do not comply with the conditions set out in this regulation will not be considered for the competition.
The following prices are foreseen:

First-Prize :  The Duck Award

Second-Prize  The Africa Prize

 Third-Prize   :  The price of "coup de crayon"

Due to his participation in the competitions, the author lends his works to the organizers for exhibitions. The works sent remain at the disposal of the organizers for two years.
• The members of the jury will be considered as participants in the exhibition And represent their own countries.
Their names will be automatically added to the list of participants
(They will participate only in the exhibition, Not in competition (just participation of honor).

• Works may be used for promotional purposes
(Printing, websites, newspapers, posters, invitation cards ...)
Without the permission of the artist and without any payment.

Patrick Essono  (pache)    (Gabon)
    Damien Glez (Burkina Faso) ;
  Belkhamsa Chedly (Tunisia) ;
  Samuel Sam Lemaire  Belgium

Fawzi Morsy(Egypt) ;
 Farid ouidder 
(Morocco) ;
 Neda Tanhaei
(Iran) ;
 Raied khalil (Syria).
Amorim  Brazil
2-Theme:Brahim Lamhadi


Caricature portrait: Brahim Lamhadi
Abu sif of his real name brahim lamhadi, the Moroccan cartoonist was born in Casablanca in 1941. Born in 1972, he studied law.
These first drawings were published in the newspaper akhbar adounya. Before joining the newspaper AL ALAM in 1963, then the daily AL MOHARIR r between 1975 and 1980.
Arrested in 1980 for publishing a political cartoon. Former Director of a public school. Retired in 1998

• Cartoons  should be sent to:





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