Zalo is a popular caricature artist who has his own unique style that is very appealing to many of our customers. As you can see by these recent jobs, the results are very fun! Your can see more of his samples here on this blog or on his sample and order page on the main… Read More »
There is the saying that less is more. This is the case with this simple but powerful black and white head and shoulders caricature by Shane. Positive and negative space creates an impactful fun image ideal to print on a tshirt or coffee mug, plus of course for social media avatar or email signatures, or… Read More »
One of the challenges of featuring people’s photos on a website is consistency. The issue is bad enough when people can be taken in the same workplace, but unless they are taken in a consistent manner, the results are typically variable, and as a result unprofessional-looking. This is further compounded when the people are in… Read More »
When people think of caricatures, they often think of a comic, rather distorted image that due to its humor is good for a fun gift, but little else. However, if you want to broaden your thoughts on what a caricature is, it can include the term avatar, and mascot; and this is exactly why they… Read More »
One of the appealing aspects for many people about being online is being able to create the sort of persona that you want to portray. In the case of Twitter there are a whole range of profile images used to create an ‘image’. These range from rather bizarre graphics, to ‘hey look at me I’m… Read More »
Here is an example of how one client used his caricature on his blog. The file sent was large enough for it to be used on business cards or other uses. The art was drawn by artist Brian (see some more avatar work here) Nice one Jon!