Tehran Art Bureau Just Held a Trump Cartoon Competition. Here are the Winners...

Published July 16th, 2017 - 11:24 GMT

Tehran Art Bureau recently hosted an international 'Trumpism' cartoon and caricature contest, inviting artists from all over the world to submit and exhibit their works in the capital of the Islamic Republic. Cartoons have long been used as a powerful tool for political analysis and activism, and some of the entires speak volumes on how President Trump is percieved in the region. In consideration of Trump's ongoing push to ban Iranians from the US, coupled together with his lack of support for the Nuclear Deal, has resulted in his rather unsurprising unpopularity in the country. 

 

 

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Entries from Thailand- on the left, and Greece- on the right. (AFP)

Entries from Thailand- on the left, and Greece- on the right. (AFP)

Taking a stab at Trump's infamous twitter rants? (AFP)

Taking a stab at Trump's infamous twitter rants? (AFP)

An Iranian cartoonist draws a long line of flags with the US flag in the forefront, but instead of the flag, Trump holds tight to the flagpole, in his boxers. (AFP)

An Iranian cartoonist draws a long line of flags with the US flag in the forefront, but instead of the flag, Trump holds tight to the flagpole, in his boxers. (AFP)

Baby Trump, playing war, drawing KKK stick men and swastikas on the wall. (AFP)

Baby Trump, playing war, drawing KKK stick men and swastikas on the wall. (AFP)

This Italian entry points to Trump's seemingly staged relationship with his wife, Melania. (AFP)

This Italian entry points to Trump's seemingly staged relationship with his wife, Melania. (AFP)

Trump and Hitler grace the cover of TIME magazine together, an entry from the US itself. (AFP)

Trump and Hitler grace the cover of TIME magazine together, an entry from the US itself. (AFP)

Another Iranian entry on the right, bringing attention to the president's golden locks. (AFP)

Another Iranian entry on the right, bringing attention to the president's golden locks. (AFP)

Taking a stab at Trump's infamous twitter rants? (AFP)

Taking a stab at Trump's infamous twitter rants? (AFP)

And the winner is... (AFP)

And the winner is... (AFP)

Entries from Thailand- on the left, and Greece- on the right. (AFP)
Taking a stab at Trump's infamous twitter rants? (AFP)
An Iranian cartoonist draws a long line of flags with the US flag in the forefront, but instead of the flag, Trump holds tight to the flagpole, in his boxers. (AFP)
Baby Trump, playing war, drawing KKK stick men and swastikas on the wall. (AFP)
This Italian entry points to Trump's seemingly staged relationship with his wife, Melania. (AFP)
Trump and Hitler grace the cover of TIME magazine together, an entry from the US itself. (AFP)
Another Iranian entry on the right, bringing attention to the president's golden locks. (AFP)
Taking a stab at Trump's infamous twitter rants? (AFP)
And the winner is... (AFP)
Entries from Thailand- on the left, and Greece- on the right. (AFP)
Entries from Thailand- on the left, and Greece- on the right. (AFP)
Taking a stab at Trump's infamous twitter rants? (AFP)
Is that a wall in the shape of a swastika? (AFP)
An Iranian cartoonist draws a long line of flags with the US flag in the forefront, but instead of the flag, Trump holds tight to the flagpole, in his boxers. (AFP)
An Iranian cartoonist draws a long line of flags with the US flag in the forefront, but instead of the flag, Trump holds tight to the flagpole, in his boxers. (AFP)
Baby Trump, playing war, drawing KKK stick men and swastikas on the wall. (AFP)
Baby Trump, playing war, drawing KKK stick men and swastikas on the wall. (AFP)
This Italian entry points to Trump's seemingly staged relationship with his wife, Melania. (AFP)
This Italian entry points to Trump's seemingly staged relationship with his wife, Melania. (AFP)
Trump and Hitler grace the cover of TIME magazine together, an entry from the US itself. (AFP)
Trump and Hitler grace the cover of TIME magazine together, an entry from the US itself. (AFP)
Another Iranian entry on the right, bringing attention to the president's golden locks. (AFP)
Another Iranian entry on the right, bringing attention to the president's golden locks. (AFP)
Taking a stab at Trump's infamous twitter rants? (AFP)
Taking a stab at Trump's infamous twitter rants? (AFP)
And the winner is... (AFP)
And the winner is... (AFP)