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 Hebdo and the now defunct L'Écho des savanes. He is currently a regular contributor to Le Monde and Canard enchaîné.

Updated: 28 January 2010