Rob Snow is an amazing illustrator who recently decided to take on caricatures. Every Sunday he releases a new caricature on a project he calls Celebrity Sunday. Enjoy it! For more from Rob Snow visit robsnow.org and behance.net/robsnow. Julianne Moore Gillian Anderson Yanis Varoufakis Wood Allen Bryan Cranston Jimi Hendrix Mads Mikkelsen Benedict Cumberbatch Jack Nicholson Javier Bardem Will Smith
Who doesn't love a good caricature? We've posted about this entertaining artistic approach before and are excited to share the latest work of the talented Spaniard, Alex Gallego. MAD Artist Publishing recently published a book dedicated to Gallego's caricature works and we felt no time better than the present to feature some of our favorites here. We love seeing the exaggerated portrayal of a few iconic Hollywood faces we all know and love. Check out more work by Alex Gallego here: http://www.alexgallego.com
Batman has been around for many years and caricature specialist Anthony Geoffroy decided to illustrate the evolution of our favorite super hero. Anthony is very well known for his amazing caricatures and Batman could not escape from them. Enjoy! For more from Anthony Geoffroy visit anthonygeoffroy.com
Caio Morel is a talented Brazilian artist who can put in his toys two kinds of art: cartoon and modeling. The level of detail is simply astonishing, and now he deserves a mention here on Abduzeedo. All of his pieces are unique, made exclusively for that moment and tailored to that character. There are some that are really hilarious, such as Hurley and Rocky, my favorites! But I choose some others to show you. If you still want to know more about Caio, visit caiomorel.com.
One thing that has always caught my attention are caricatures. They are usually super funny and if you add political value to them, you got yourself a great piece of work. This is the case of Jason Seiler's work. He's done all kinds of caricatures: politics, music, movies, science... and they're all great. I really dig his style, using realistic shades for skin, which takes his work to a whole other level of coolness. For more of his awesome work, I really recommend you to visit his website or deviantart. He'll appreciate your visits. I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;)
Tony Montaño is a graphic designer and illustrator with Bachelor’s Degree from Boise State University in each field. Tony has a deep passion for working in all kinds of media; traditional, print, digital, and new media. He currently works freelance and welcomes new projects. For more information about Tony visit his Web site at http://tmontano.com/ Caricature Work - Digital Painting Obama, victorious - Front page Illustration Newspaper Illustration for the announcement of Obama's presidential win. As an intern for my school's newspaper, The Arbiter, I created this illustration the night of the election. I also created a different version of McCain winning. This illustration was also selected into 2008 Poynter's Institute - Election Newspaper Collection. Below is another editorial illustration I created during the presidential race. Gene Harris Jazz Festival - Promotional package Student assignment. Gene Harris Jazz Festival promotional package. Each student in the class was assigned to submit a poster design, postcard design, T-shirt design, T.V. Ad, and newspaper design for the 13th Annual Gene Harris Jazz Festival. Those holding the event would then choose the 'design' that they liked best. BFA Student Show - Illustration Illustrator & Graphic Designer. I absolutely love everything about Art. My work encompasses a variety of styles and mediums. I try my hardest to be well versed in as many mediums as possible. I have a BFA in Illustration and a second BFA in Graphic Design. Concept Art
I've always loved caricature and I really admire those artists who have this gift. It has to be a gift because they have to identify some striking characteristics of that person and then exaggerate it in order to create a super comic and grotesque effect. Now imagine creating sculptures? That is exactly what David O’Keefe does in a level of mastery that is incredible. The first time I saw his work, I got totally blown away. When asked by his high school guidance counselor in the tenth grade what career he would like to pursue upon graduation, David O’Keefe simply replied, “artist.” Since that time, O’Keefe has lived with a sketchbook in his hand. His sardonic caricatures and humorous illustrations have appeared on the covers of Sports Illustrated, Sports Illustrated for Kids, Mad Magazine, The Village Voice and within the pages of TIME. O’Keefe’s work has won numerous awards from such organizations as The Society of Illustrators (NY and LA), American Illustration, Communication Arts, National Headliner Awards, Dimensional Illustrators, Art Director’s Club of NYC, and the Society of News Design.
There is nothing more artistic and fun than caricatures, I like to say that it's one of the only kind of arts that actually makes me laugh some times, I selected 20 awesome ones for your inspiration so just sit back relax and enjoy.