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Jonathan studied under comics masters Art Spiegelman, Will Eisner and Harvey Kurtzman. He has held solo cartoon exhibitions in New York, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Dhaka, Sweden and many in South Africa. He has also exhibited in numerous group shows locally and internationally.

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