Does the Not for Profit Sector have a Funny Bone? Check this out!
9 February 2012 at 11:21 am
Adelaide-based cartoonist and illustrator, Simon Kneebone is taking the measure of the Australian Not for Profit sector in his latest works.
Pro Bono Australia asked Simon to take a look at what has been making news in the Not for Profit sector in recent weeks and put his own special skills to work.
Here’s what the “NFP Kneebone” came up with.
Simon Kneebone has been a freelance cartoonist and illustrator for nearly 30 years.
He has worked with a wide range of organisations, his graphics appearing in many publications, websites and on NFP conference walls.
Originally he studied psychology and worked as a youth worker in Port Adelaide. Both turned out to be good training for work as a cartoonist.
Areas of specialisation include social issues, health, community, education, science, agriculture and the environment.
He uses graphics as a means of communicating ideas and information, and using positive depictions and humour to engage the reader.
Simon’s cartoon commentary on social and political issues appears in the South Australian produced journal Australian Options.
He also draws a monthly editorial cartoon for the UK based New Internationalist.
Lets us know your thoughts on the NFP Kneebone Cartoons. We are keen to have a laugh about everyday experiences within the sector… even for just a few moments each week.
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