Robert Toth

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Robert Toth
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Born (1969-04-01)1 April 1969
Olofström, Sweden
Nationality Swedish
Alma mater Stockholm University
Occupation Cartoonist, illustrator, graphic designer

Robert Toth (born 1969) is a Swedish illustrator and cartoonist .

Biography[edit]

Toth, who is of Hungarian descent, was born in Olofström, and now lives on the island of Cyprus. He is best known for his editorial cartoons, where the figures have a distinguished dark, graphic silhouette style, in addition to bright contrast background colours. The cartoons are published in, among others, Sweden's second-largest circulated daily newspaper, Göteborgsposten,[1] and between 2008–2010 in Sweden's largest daily financial newspaper, Dagens Industri.[2]

Bibliography[edit]

Illustrations[edit]

  • 2016 Gör det enkelt - en handbok i ledarskap för ständiga förbättringar, av Ola Ljunggren Bergeå (Recito förlag, 109 pg)
  • 2015 Framgångsföretagandets nya geografi : så kan Stockholm bli Nordens Samarkand, av Nima Sanandaji och Maria Rankka (Ekerlids förlag, 141 pg)
  • 2014 En samtidig världshistoria (Studentlitteratur, 1104 pg)
  • 2014 Prio Samhälle 7–9 (Sanoma Education)
  • 2013 Prio Historia 7–9 (Sanoma Education)
  • 2009 Medea från Georgien (Museum of Mediterranean and Near Eastern Antiquities, 119 pg)
  • 2005 Pyrgouthi (Paul Åströms förlag, 263 pg)
  • 2000 Wild Card 3 (Bonnier Education, 144 pg)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Debatt". Göteborgsposten (in Swedish). Gothenburg. 4 February 2015. p. 5. 
  2. ^ "Debatt". Dagens industri (in Swedish). Stockholm. 26 August 2008. p. 3. 

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