How often have you waded through a manual or some training material wishing there were some graphics to liven up the page, or to help mark important points on the page? Too much text, even if broken up by headings and dot points becomes dull and uninspiring to the reader. The use of imaginative graphics… 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 »
We often have requests for group caricatures from parents who’s children are involved in a sporting team. The typical scenario is that they would like to give a gift to the coach/es showing all the team and the coaches as well. Generally the cost of caricaturing the whole team puts the idea out of reach.… Read More »
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… Read More »
Here is a logo for a UK business that helps people reduce debt obligations by finding loopholes in financial contracts. The brief was to have a Zorro like approach with a character a bit like the guy in the Matrix movie. This was created as a vector image to allow resizing from business card size… 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!
One of our regular clients, ‘Bigfella’, has been keeping artist George busy again. Involved in the magic business after hours, our death defying friend wanted himself posed in the cruicifix position, holding a cobra in each hand, with angelic wings and a space background. He was very happy with the result!
If you, or someone you know is a Star Wars fan, here is an opportunity to be part of the dark side….with a Darth Vader caricature. Get yours, or a friends head on this great scene. The dramatic pose and the Death Star background sets a great scene!! All we need is a good head… Read More »
If you have been toying with the idea of a caricature for a retirement gift – take a look at our retirement caricature page. New images have just been loaded and I’m sure you will get some inspiration from them!