Dutch/Afghan designer Massoud Hassani's latest invention is the Mine Kafon which takes inspiration from his childhood spent running in the wind and dodging land mines. This story was published on March 4th, 2013 on Time.com: ti.me/Y9Bpo3. For updates on the project check out massoudhassani.blogspot.nl,
Video journalism merges comics with film to report the surge of homophobia in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake that devastated Haiti on January 12, 2010.
Published on CartoonMovement and written up and written up on the Washington Post: "Cartoon Movement's compelling video tells of LGBT abuse"
Video journalist Caroline Dijckmeester-Bins collaborated with American editorial cartoonist Matt Bors to create a video incorporating animated illustrations of the people they interviewed, and features contributing illustrations from the Haitian artist Chevelin Pierre.
Why is St. Nick's Helper in Blackface, and Should You Be Offended? (Time.com)
For Russian Performers, Trapeze Skills May Be Ticket to Landing U.S. Residency (PBS NEWS HOUR)
An obscure piece of immigration law targets uniquely talented individuals who want to live in the United States. Lauren Rosenfeld and Caroline Bins explore how it could help some Russian performers in Las Vegas gain permanent residency thanks to their rope and trapeze talents.
Originally made for PBS NewsHour: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/social_issues-july-dec11-circus_09-12/
Wall street Journal
Wall Street Journal
After the Flood: Can Surge Barriers Save New York?
In July 2011, Cartoon Movement's editorial team (Tjeerd Royaards and Matt Bors) spent a month in Haiti in search of a comic artist and journalists to produce comics journalism about life in Haiti. This video is a record of that project. It was shot and edited by Caroline Bins, a video journalist who accompanied us.