Forget the Wall, Bridge the Humor

Mexico has a rich history of satire and slapstick humor. That’s what we need in these witless times. I recently stumbled upon this LA CARICATURA POLÍTICA EN LA HISTORIA MEXICANA website while trying to find information on these 1946 issues of Don Timorato, a Mexican humorous weekly edited by Jorge Pino Sandoval, featuring the best cartoonists of the time: Arias Bernal, Freyre, Fa -Cha, Audifred, Valdes, X -Peña, Puga, Bismarck Mier, Guerrero Edwards and Abel Quezada. Where are they now?

 

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Test Your Type

All too often, typography gets overlooked in larger design competitions—which is why we developed one that gives the artforms their full due and recognizes the best designers in each category. Whether you design your own typefaces, design type-centric pieces or create gorgeous handlettered projects, we want to see your work—and share it with our readers.

Enter today for a chance to be featured in Print magazine, receive a prize pack from MyDesignShop.com, and more.

 

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