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Award-winning TokTok magazine celebrates first anniversary

One of Cairo's most successful, playful and satirical comic magazines celebrates its one year anniversary

Ahram Online, Friday 20 Jan 2012
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TokTok magazine celebrates its first anniversary on 20 January with the launch of its fifth edition and an event at The Factory Space in downtown Cairo.

The event will also include the launch of Egypt's 9th Art Monthly journal on comics.

TokTok, which is named after the small, three-wheeled vehicles used in working class districts of Egyptian cities, has received international acclaim, winning the second prize in the best independent comic magazine section at the International Festival of Comics in Algeria (FIBDA).

The magazine was established by a number of art school graduates and professional cartoonists at Egyptian newspapers, including El-Shennawy, Hesham Rahma, Tawfik and Andil.

The event will be held at The Factory Space located in 10 Nabrawy Street off Champollion Street, in downtown Cairo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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