The Guardian has put together a collection of over 50 Kipper Williams cartoons relating to the eurozone crisis.
Guardian cartoonist Kipper Williams aims to capture the 'tragi-comedy' of the eurozone crisis, with cartoons that are 'often silly, fanciful but a whisker away from reality'. Tackling yields, credit default swaps and eurobonds in a cartoon isn't easy, he says, and his aim is to bring the crisis 'back down to earth'. Read more >>
Kipper Williams has an uncanny knack of anticipating events. In the cartoon above, a Greek footballer is shown wearing a German shirt—a reference to Germany's control over the Greek economy. And as fate would have it, Germany are playing Greece in the quarter-finals of the Euro 2012 football tournament on Friday.