Jim Morin, whose work is distributed
by Morintoons Syndicate, won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning in l996 and shared the Pulitzer with other members of the Miami Herald editorial board in 1983.
He was a Pulitzer finalist in l977 and l990.
He has also won the 2007 Herblock Prize, the 2000 John Fischetti Award, the l999 Thomas Nast (international) Prize, the l996 National Press Foundation's Berryman Award, the l992 National Cartoonist Society Award for editorial cartooning, and the Overseas Press Club Awards in 1990 and 1979, amongst others.
joined the staff at The Miami Herald in l978 and his work is syndicated internationally. Before becoming the
staff cartoonist at The Miami Herald, he was the editorial cartoonist for the Beaumont (TX) Enterprise & Journal and Richmond
Born in Washington, D.C. and raised
outside of Boston, Morin started drawing cartoons at age seven. He attended Syracuse University and, fueled
by social and political upheavals during the early 1970’s, he began publishing political cartoons in Syracuse University's
The Daily Orange.
In 2009, Morin began animating his political
cartoons for the Miami Herald’s website, www.miamiherald.com/opinion. He is the only editorial cartoonist to employ the traditional method of painstaking frame-by-frame animation
drawing. His animated cartoons have drawn praise from within the profession as well as from his audience
of millions of readers.
Morin is the author of five books: Famous
Cats, Jim Morin's Field Guide to Birds, and three collections of political cartoons: Line of Fire, BUSHED!,
and AMBUSHED: A Cartoon History of the Bush Administration (with
Walter C. Clemens).
His cartoons and oil paintings have been exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide.
Most recently he had a solo exhibit at the Coral Springs Museum of Art. He is soon to exhibit at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon
Art in Manhattan.