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Caricatures Pop Again


It's been brought to my attention, via Allen Forkum and others, my Ahmadinejad (second from the left) and Khameini (fourth from the left) caricatures have inspired Iranian protesters once again.

I'm digging the size of the masks. Very enterprising.

Comments (5)


You should add "inspirer of revolution against authoritarian regimes" to your resume. If you already have it on there, add a couple of plus signs next to it.


And a new catchphrase:

My work inspires revolutions!

Castro and Chavez are envious!

John Cox:

Hey Z and G

Thanks for the enthusiasm. You know, it's all so weird that these images land in volatile places. It's now like i could EVER anticipate where my caricatures pop up. I guess every revolution needs a bit of eye candy.


Weird? I think it's interesting how your artwork keeps popping up.

The back-story sends me to a whole new level of P.O., but I'm not dwelling on it.

I don't want to wish time away, but I'll be glad when "jesus" goes back to Chicago*, as I think he could even turn water into swine.

* In case you haven't heard it, that's a twist on a ZZ Top song.

Hello.. this blog is absolutely funny.. I like little puppys. Im sure I am coming back to read new postings about doggys...


John Cox is a painter, cartoonist, and illustrator for hire. For information about purchasing existing work or commissioning new work, contact him by e-mail at john555cox [at] hotmail.com.

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