Caricaturist Ibrahim Badusha draws 100 doves in less than 45 minutes to mark International Day of Peace on September 21
Ibrahim Badusha, a caricaturist from Kochi, undertook the task of drawing 100 cartoons live in less than 45 minutes to mark International Day of Peace on September 21.
Ibrahim Badusha at work
“Peace Toon”, as the event was titled, was held on September 19. He drew the white dove, which is used as a universal symbol of peace. “Right from the portrayal of the dove with an olive branch to signify peace to Picasso’s famed 1949 lithograph, ‘Dove’, I had in my mind an entire story about the bird,” says Badusha over phone from Aluva, where he lives. “Everybody wants peace — be it individuals, nations or animals. It is the most relevant thing in these times,” he adds.
Each illustration took somewhere between 10 seconds and a…