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    for Heritage Fair is Cartoons, or Comics. Since i’m very interested in being a Cartoonist in the near future, I would like to this topic, plus I think it would be something new not only for me but at Heritage Fair too. Also by cartoons i don't mean animated cartoons, cartoons are another word for comics… if anything it's the other way around. Overall History Of Comics And Cartoons Caricatures- 1700 to 1770 What is a Caricature? Well, the word comes from the italian word, Caricare, meaning to to exaggerate, and what Caricature means itself is a drawing that gives weight (or oversimplify and exaggerate) to the most striking features to its subject for a Comic effect . Many Italian Artists (Including Leonardo da Vinci!) drew Caricature, jeez! People say that comics aren't a true work of art, but even da Vinci drew them himself! Sorta.…

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    This was achieved by the sarcastic literary text captioned beneath the image of Turnbull. To follow on, an image was represented portraying Turnbull in an unprofessional like matter. The importance of visual and literary text in this instance is key. They help to perceive Turnbull in such a negative way could not be completed without the help of the caption. Non-the lesser of the image, without it there would be no connection made between cartoon and quote. To finally add, there are limited…

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    Dana Summers is an editorial cartoonist who wrote for the Orlando Sentimental for thirty years before leaving. His main focus for all of his editorial cartoons is politics in America, and problems surrounding said politics. Summers uses multiple different techniques to get the point across to the viewer of his cartoons. Color is one of the biggest, color sets the tone and mood for the entire cartoon whether that may be bright or dark. Another strong technique he uses is the appeal of logos,…

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    This political cartoon has a very important meaning. The cartoon is representing the ever questionable T.V. Doctor, Dr. Oz. Dr. Oz is known for giving nonsensical advice. I mean, don't question your doctor? Come on! You are always obligated to question authority. Anyways, recently, Dr. Oz has been accused of tricking millions of people into thinking that certain foods will provide weight loss. Recent surveys have debunked Dr. Oz's medical claims. But a lot of ignorant people continue to believe…

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    Widely considered to be America’s first political cartoon, “Join, or Die” was created as an influence to colonial citizens during the French and Indian War. Benjamin Franklin, the creator of “Join, or Die”, featured his cartoon on May 9, 1754 in the Pennsylvania Gazette newspaper. Franklin’s cartoon proved to be rhetorically effective by his usage of symbolism, application to all three points on the rhetorical triangle, and his appeal to ethos, logos, and pathos. During Franklin’s era, there…

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    Gene Basset's Controversy

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    During the 1990s, Gene Basset drew an untitled editorial cartoon to stress the importance of the controversy about economic development and preservation of the natural environment. Basset’s editorial cartoon depicts a man representing the Billboard Lobby holding a chainsaw and shouting “obstructionist” at a tree, Although Basset’s cartoon seems straightforward, it can be inferred that he was trying to stress the importance of the battle to limit or to expand billboards up and down highways. This…

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    Cartoon Language Analysis The cartoon I have chosen to do is The Lifeguard. It was created by artist Mark Knight. Mark Knight published this cartoon in the Herald Sun on 22 January 2014. The issue explored in this cartoon is the lifeguard’s statement on the impact of the manufacturers that will not be rescued by the government. The artist contends to the audience that the cut down of carbon would benefit manufacturers to be considerable. Moreover, the cut down of carbon would help their…

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    Political cartoons are frequently made by artists to express their frustration with certain issues, politicians, and sometimes even the public as a whole. What initially appears to be a simply humorous cartoon is actually so much more. In these two cartoons, two completely unrelated issues are addressed: the Flint water crisis and global warming. Yet, both topics are discussed by displaying criticism that natural disasters are frequently disregarded until one’s career is at stake and even then,…

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    America is on the cusp of a modern revolution, a revolution that has been bubbling under the surface for decades, but has recently come to light due to the election. Before the election was over, it was obvious that no matter who won, history was going to be made. If Bernie won, he would have been our first Jewish president. If Hillary won, she would have been our first woman president. When Trump won, election history was made, and he is still making it. Controversy surrounds Trump and his…

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    Final Project Proposal: Political Cartoons The topic that I chose for my final project is political cartoons created during the time period of 1939 through 1945, and mostly focusing on the major event that occur during this time frame which is World War II. The main focus of my project will be on how the political cartoons created during 1939 through 1945 have contributed to our nation building as well as how educators use these political cartoons to help teach students about the events of World…

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