Jason Seiler is an amazing illustrator from Chicago and creates the most amazing digital painting caricatures for the biggest newspapers and magazines in the country. From Obama to Kim Jong, nobody is safe from his amazing artworks. Enjoy! For more from Jason Seiler visit jasonseiler.com and behance.net/JasonSeiler. Chris Christie John Boehner Ghost mayors Michael Bloomberg Kim Jong il Socialist ObamaCare Dunce Pelosi
As a tribute to George Washington's Birthday, the first President of the United States, we put together a quirky little gallery of caricature portraits featuring some of America's famous presidential faces. A caricature is a simple image showing the features of its subject in an exaggerated way. In addition to exaggeration, caricatures differ wildly in style and technique but there are generally two additional elements transcending style and medium that must exist: likeness and statement, meaning the caricature must editorialize in some way. Some of the earliest caricatures are found in the works of Leonardo da Vinci, who actively sought people with deformities to use as models. The point was to offer an impression of the original which was more striking than a portrait. The art of caricature experienced its first successes in the closed aristocratic circles of France and Italy, where such portraits could be passed about for mutual enjoyment. While the first book on caricature drawing to be published in England was Mary Darly's A Book of Caricaturas (c. 1762), the first known North American caricatures were drawn in 1759 during the battle for Quebec. These caricatures were the work of Brig.-Gen. George Townshend whose caricatures of British General James Wolfe, depicted as "Deformed and crass and hideous" were drawn to amuse fellow officers. Elsewhere, two great practitioners of the art of caricature in 18th-century Britain were Thomas Rowlandson (1756–1827) and James Gillray (1757–1815). Rowlandson was more of an artist and his work took its inspiration mostly from the public at large. Gillray was more concerned with the vicious visual satirisation of political life. They were, however, great friends and caroused together in the pubs of London. We hope you get a giggle out of this gallery and for those reading in the US, Happy President's Day!
We have been posting about illustration and illustrators for over 5 years and every time we think we have seen it all, there's something new that blows us away. That's the case of Alex Leao, an illustrator, designer and art director from Brazil. His portfolio is incredible but we would like to feature his caricatures and illustratios done using the iPad. For more information about Alex visit his website at http://alexleao.wordpress.com/ Me Self-inflicted caricature. Painted by hand (finger :-) on Procreate App + iPad 2. Valter Done on Procreate App + iPad 2. Shirley Made on iPad 2 with Procreate App. Procreate App study A try to simulate pressure strokes on Procreate App, iPad 2. David Painted with Procreate App on iPad 2. Face study Painted on iPad with Procreate App. Duzão Painted on Procreate App on an iPad2.
This is an awesome set caricatures of some of the most famous soccer players of the world. An excellent work done by the illustrator Sakiroo Choi from South Korea. These illustrations are just amazing, take a look and have a laugh. Enjoy! Click here to view more works from Sakiroo Lee Young-Pyo Shunsuke Nakamura Lionel Andrés Messi Arjen Robben Wayne Mark Rooney Yeom Ki-Hun Ronaldo de Assis Moreira Lee Woon-Jae Didier Yves Drogba Tebily Ki Sung-Yong Hidetoshi Nakata, Cavaliere Steven George Gerrard David Robert Joseph Beckham Carles Puyol i Saforcada Fernando José Torres Sanz Ryan Joseph Giggs Park Ji-Sung Michael James Owen Rutgerus Johannes Martinus van Nistelrooij Ronaldo Luis Nazario de Lima Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro