Drawing Citizenship: Voting Conundrum by Ramses Morales Izquierdo

We are joining forces with The Cartoon Movement to explore perspectives on the upcoming European elections through comics and cartoons. Between 31 March and 25 May 2014, we are inviting comic artists and cartoonists to reflect on European citizenship and the various issues that are currently facing Europe. Everyone is welcome to submit their work. We are selecting one cartoon or comic every week to showcase on our respective websites.

Who votes what and why? Our fourth selected work is Voting Conundrum by Ramses Morales Izquierdo. 

Ramsés Morales Izquierdo (1970) graduated in graphic arts from the Art Academy of Trinidad  in 1996. He works as a graphic artist in Trinidad, Cuba. His work has been exhibited in close to thirty solo and group exhibitions. His cartoons have been published in Cuban and international media including in La calle del medio, Juventud Rebelde, La Picúa, Mogamobo (Germany) and Humoris Causa and La Locha (Mexico). Izquierdo has published two graphic novels and a book of cartoons for the conservation of cultural heritage in Trinidad.