Caricaturist and Political Cartoonist Roman Genn was born in Moscow, in 1972. Moscow wasn’t sympathetic to his anti-government caricatures, and so he was repeatedly arrested while there. This was probably one of the main reasons behind his move to the US, where his work has appeared in Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Newsweek, and many other publications of note.
Roman Genn’s sense of humor is something to emulate. Read Roman Genn’s biography to sample his sense of humor.
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And view some of his fascinating caricatures:
He raised quite a storm when he depicted Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton and Al gore in a Caricature titled “The Manchurian Candidates,” which appeared on the cover of National Review.
Click here to view Roman Genn’s “The Manchurian Candidates“.
To appreciate why this caricature kicked up a storm, you need to watch the Denzel Washington Starrer 2004 Film “The Manchurian Candidate” and understand “what” Raymond Shaw is! There was an earlier 1962 film by the same name and with the same storyline – based on the novel “The Manchurian Candidate” that Richard Condon wrote in 1959!