Cartoon by Milan Pop Novakov

Milan Pop-Novakov is a cartoonist who has published in most daily and weekly newspapers of Former Yugoslavia. He began his career in 1969 and was affiliated with the worker's paper Kolubara from 1981 until 1994. He regularly drew celebrities like Chaplin, Marx and Tesla in his cartoons and comic strips. During the course of his career he has drawn between 20,000 and 30,000 cartoons, some of which were collected in books like 'Čaplinu s ljubavlju', 'Zrno po zrno... rafal', 'Veliki mali svet', 'Dečji svet', 'Šašavi bukvar' and 'UdruĹženje dobronamernih'.

Laatste update: 2013-04-29

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