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Born in 1936, French cartoonist Jacques-Armand Cardon is also known as a lithographer, engraver and sculptor. He published his first cartoons in 1961, and thereafter worked for many publications including France Soir, L'Humanité, Charlie Hebdoand the now defunct*L'Écho des savanes**.* He is currently a regular contributor toLe MondeandCanard enchaîné.

Updated: 18 January 2017

By Cardon