Arts & entertainment - United Kingdom - Art - Black history
Political cartoonists have long been able to hide the truth in plain sight with their comedic work, tempering bitter reality with their deceptively lighthearted humor. Celebrated comic artist Tayo Fatunla, a self-described “visual commentator,” ranks among the very best. Born in the UK, educated in Nigeria and the US, and currently living in Kent, England, Fatunla is perhaps most well-known for his illustrations for The Voice, Britain’s largest-circulation Black newspaper. His weekly Voice feature, Our Roots, profiled historical figures in the African diaspora ranging from Muhammadu Bello, Yaa Asantewa and Sade, to Barack Obama and Michael Jackson.

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