Graphic humor, with almost three centuries behind it, is today an expressive and communicative art of the first order, which MUNDIARIO brings to its home page by the hand of Manuel Arriaga.
The manifestations of graphic humor in the press can be traced back to the 18th century. Although they have rarely been present on its front pages in digital media, MUNDIARIO incorporates Manuel Arriaga's drawings on its home page.
MUNDIARIO, which is defined as a newspaper of analysis and opinion, is based on the fact that drawn humor, with almost three centuries behind it, is today an expressive and communicative art of the first order, which must be forever in its first page. In turn, this newspaper assumes that graphic humor also includes photography, as evidenced by the exhibitions at Miami Dade College, in Florida (USA); the Portocartoon, in Portugal, and the Casa del Humor de Gabrovo, in Bulgaria.
What characterizes humor is the incongruous, the changes in values and the surprising, that is, the unexpected, and these elements are present in the cartoons and photos of our authors, all of them regular contributors to this newspaper.