April 28th, 2010
Well OK the turd is not the main part of the caricature, but it just goes to show some of the things our artists have to draw! (And the level of detail that Harry provides.)
what has that dog left behind! Click for larger pic (not turd)
Take the time to browse our artist’s work. Having a custom artwork caricature costs less than you think!
April 22nd, 2010
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What do you give an inspirational CEO who like to encourage all staff to attain great heights and who’s hobby is mountain climbing, for a birthday gift? A mountain climbing caricature of course!
With all the staff climbing the mountains of success our birthday girl also has dreams of owning a nice little jet, but the clouds of Icelandic volcanic ash (happening at the time of the drawing) are of course looking on the horizon.
This great artwork was completed by artist Harry.
August 13th, 2009
For many, the workplace extends beyond friendships merely at work, and can include involvement in social activities out-of-hours.
Here is a caricature that celebrates such a group – who enjoying getting away on road trips to interesting places.
While the landmark is familiar, we did not get the opportunity to put a UFO into this group caricature picture!
This work was completed by artist George.
April 30th, 2009
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 can be so good when used on blogs.
Take this for example:
OK the quality here is a little off as the image size was reduced, but you can see the full sized image here on their blog.
Note also how the images have been cropped and used as avatars for each post. Neat.
So if you are developing a blog, and want something a bit more funky and cool to represent you, then we can help create a fun yet professional persona for you! Feel free to visit our main site or contact us directly
March 12th, 2009
Company conferences can be tired, drawn out affairs, but when you get a caricature order for caricatures like these, well! This is one conference I would not mind going to.
Seems they are going to have their own version of the Deal or No Deal game and the three company bigwigs (no pun intended) are going to get to be the Case Girls.
The brief was two of the guys always scowl and the other is well, see the ‘Gal’ in the middle and have a guess…all needed garish make-up and look a bit like drag queens (did they ever have hope of looking any other way?)
This caricature was created by artist George. How can you use caricatures in your business?
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