A Sudanese cartoonist living in Doha, Qatar, Khalid Albaih’s stark, politically-charged images rose to prominence during the early stages of the Arab Spring protests. Posting his work in the public domain through social media, Albaih quickly became an artist of the revolution, and his work was shared online across Arabia and around the world. Albaih’s cartoons were made into stencils and reproduced on walls in Beirut and Cairo. His work was also used by revolutionary groups in his native Sudan, and by political activists in Yemen, Tunis, and Syria. Albaih has been profiled by both the BBC and The New York Times. He has also published his work in the Atlantic and Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. In addition to this worldwide attention, Albaih has staged major exhibitions of his work, most recently at the Edge of Arabia Crossway Foundation in London. Khalid is constantly publishing new work on his Facebook page Khartoon! (a play on Khartoom, the Sudanese capital) for all to consider, use, and share.