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18.01.2017

Results.. 6th GIN Graphic Humor Contest 2016, Alcala, Spain


6th GIN Graphic Humor Contest 2016, Alcala, Spain..

The exhibition includes 77 works, of the nearly one thousand drawings that have reached the organizers, and whose authorship corresponds to 283 authors from 56 countries.

HUMOR AND THEMATIC
The works presented must have a humorous intention. The theme is free.
Winners of the 6th GIN Graphic Humor Contest

The 6th GIN Graphic Humor Contest, convened by the GIN Foundation and the Quevedo Institute of Humor Arts of FGUA already has winners.

FIRST PRIZE:  Darko Drljevic , Montenegro. 
SECOND PRIZE: Soltan Soltanli of Azerbaijan. 
THIRD PRIZE: Tawan Chuntraskawvon, from Thailand.


The winning works, together with another 74 selected from among the thousands of works received, will be able to be visited at the exhibition Humor Global: Sixth GIN Contest, which will take place from January 17 to February 26 in La Fábrica del Humor (Alcalá de Henares ).

Rules:
http://cartooncolors.blogspot.com.tr/2016/11/6th-gin-graphic-humor-contest-2016.html#more
Source:
http://iqh.es/exposicion-mejores-obras-6-concurso-gin

Selected Authors:
Germany
Haller Scholarian
Ridha Ridha, (RidhaStefan)

Argentina
Alejandro Becares, (Becs)
Horacio Petre, (Petre)
Ricardo Daniel Douelle, (Dany Duel)

Azerbaijan
Soltan Soltanli, (Soltan) (Segundo Premio)

Bélgium
Constann Sunnerberg, (Cost)
Jason William McLarnin, (MC)
Luc Descheemaeker (O‐Sekoer)

Belarus
Hursky Arkadzi

Brazil
Alexandre Alves Franco, (Lex Franco)
Alisson Orz Affonso, (Alisson)
Érico Junqueira Ayres, (Érico) 
Joao Bosco Jaco de Azevedo, (J Bosco) 
Ronaldo Cunha Dias Silvano Mello, (Mello) 
Wallace Ramón Rolim Silva, (Walace)

Bulgaria
Trayko Popov, (Trayko P)
Tsocho Peev

China
Jing Shan, (Jingshan)
Lijie Yang, (Jimy)

Colombia
Raúl Grisales, (Guaico)
Raúl Zuleta, (Zuleta)

Croatia
Nikola Listes

USA
Omar Santana Caviedes, (Santana)

Egypt
Fawzy Morsy, (Fawzy)

Slovakia
Vladimir Pavlík
Franšek Bojničan, (Bojničan)

Spain
Alex Estrada Delgado, (Alex)
Carlos Matera, (Matt)
Erik Berlin, (ErikBerlin)
Jorge Isurralde Gómez, (Tatúm)
José Luis Castro Lombilla, (Lombilla)
Josef Prchal, (JP)
Juan Gabriel Benavides Formas, (Gabo)
Luis Mendiguren Tarrés, (Menta)
Moisés Ramírez Alonso, (Moi)

France
Bernard Bouton, (Bernie)

Hungry
Istvan Kelemen

India
BV Parundanga Rao, (BC Parunganga)

Indonesia
Lega Cecilia, (Lega Cecilia)

Iran
Ehsan Cheraghi Iranshahi
Esmaeil Babae
Hamid Ghalijari, (Hamid)
Mahdieh Sabbaghkar, (Mahdieh)
Mohammad Fakhredindost
Saeed Sadeghi, (Saeed)

Israel
Ilya Katz
Sergey Sichenko

Italy
Alfio Leoa, (Fleo)
Marco Fusi, (Fusi)

Mexico
Román Rivas, (Román)

Montenegro
Darko Drkjevic, Darco (Primer Premio)

New Zeland
Bob Darroch, (Darroch)

Peru
Julio Ángel Carrión Cueva, (Karry)
Omar Zevallos Velarde, (Omar)

Poland
Czesław Przęzak, (Cz. Przezak)

Czech Republic
Tomas Trunecek, (TT)

Romanía
Horia Crisan & Bogdan Petry, (Crisan & Petry)
Marin Chiorean, (Cornel)
Victor Eugen Mihai, (VEM)

Russia
Aleksey Kivokourtcev, (Lexaxa)
Vladimir Khakhanov, (Khakhanov)
Vladimir Vasiliev

Serbia
Jovan Prokopljevic
Milenko Kosanovic, (MK)
Toso Borkovic, (Toshow)

Tailand
Tawan Chuntraskawvong, (TC)

Turkey
Gurhan Bilget
Kema Ozyurt, (Kozy)
Musa Keklik, (Musa Keklik)
Turan Aksoy, (Turan Aksoy)

Ukraine
Konstann Kazanchev, (Kazanchev)
Sergey Dudchenko
Valery Chmyriov

Uruguay
Alfredo Cuesta
Pablo López

First Prize
Darko DRLJEVIC
Montenegro


Second Prize:
Soltan SOLTANLI
Azerbaijan

Third Prize
Tawan CHUNTRASKAWVON
Thailand