Gardosh, Kariel (Dosh)

(1921 -2000)
   Israeli cartoonist. He was born in Budapest. He emigrated to Israel in 1948, and joined the staff of the paper Maariv as editorial cartoonist. Signing himself 'Dosh', he created the figure of Little Israel, a young boy who became the popular symbol of the State and its people. He also illustrated books and wrote short stories and plays. He has exhibited in Israel and other countries.

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  • GARDOSH, KARIEL — (Charles, Dosh ; 1921–2000), Israel cartoonist. He created the figure of Little Israel, a young boy who became the popular symbol of the State and its people. Dosh, as he signed himself, was born in Budapest and educated there and in Paris. He… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Kariel Gardosh — Kariel Gardos (hebräisch ‏קריאל גרדוש‎,  auch Gardosh, nutzt das Pseudonym: Dosh * 15. April 1921 in Budapest; † 28. Februar 2000 in Tel Aviv) war ein politischer Karikaturist für die israelischen Tageszeitungen Maariv und Jerusalem Post. Seine… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Dosh — Kariel Gardos (hebräisch ‏קריאל גרדוש‎,  auch Gardosh, nutzt das Pseudonym: Dosh * 15. April 1921 in Budapest; † 28. Februar 2000 in Tel Aviv) war ein politischer Karikaturist für die israelischen Tageszeitungen Maariv und Jerusalem Post. Seine… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Kariel Gardos — (hebräisch ‏קריאל גרדוש‎,  auch Gardosh, nutzt das Pseudonym: Dosh; * 15. April 1921 in Budapest als Karl Gardos; † 28. Februar 2000 in Tel Aviv) war ein politischer Karikaturist für die israelischen Tageszeitungen Maariv und Jerusalem… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Dosh — This article is about a musician. For the informal term related to money, see Money. For the Israeli cartoonist, see Kariel Gardosh. Dosh Origin Minneapolis, Minnesota Genres Electronic, Ambient, Indie, IDM Years active …   Wikipedia

  • Srulik — [ right|frame|181px Typical Srulik, wearing a kova tembel, sandals and shorts, from the book, What Happened , 1964] Srulik is an illustrated character who symbolizes Israel. The character was first drawn in 1956 by the cartoonist Kariel Gardosh,… …   Wikipedia

  • Maariv — House en la esquina Maariv en Tel Aviv Tipo Periódico diario País …   Wikipedia Español

  • Maariv (newspaper) — Maariv is also the evening prayer service in Judaism; see Maariv for details Maariv Type Daily newspaper Format Tabloid Owner Nochi Dankner (via IDB Group)[ …   Wikipedia

  • CARTOONISTS — Jews have exerted considerable influence on cartooning, particularly in the 20th century. In the United States, a large percentage of the creators of newspaper comic strips were Jewish, Jews played a leading role in the creation and leadership of …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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