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Turkish Cartoonist Musa Gümüş wins prize in Croatia

8 June 2012, Friday /
Well-known Turkish cartoonist Musa Gümüş won the first prize in Croatia’s Sixth International Car Caricature Exhibition this month.

A total of 140 cartoonists from 39 countries took part in the 2012 exhibition and contest, organized annually in Zagreb by a Croatian company called Huna. The theme of this year’s event was “Taxi and Public Transportation.” The 49-year-old Gümüş won the prize with his work titled “Taksi Butonu” (Taxi Button).

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