Celebrity caricatures

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Caricature, Memories, Art, Films, Cartoon, Comic Art, History, Sitcom, Movies

This is out in the wild now so I can share it here. Earlier this month I did an illustration job for CNN for the newest of their entertainment documentary series entitled “History of the Sitcom”. This consisted of a LOT of caricatures of classic sitcom actors/characters, and it was a tricky thing to compose because I needed to do it in a way that allowed for both a vertical (above) and horizontal format: The folks at CNN gave me a list of the characters they wanted included. I don’t know…

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carolyn sanders
Portrait, Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, Emma Watson, Portraits, Caricature, Celebrity Art, Celebrity Drawings, Caricatures

Famous people are in the limelight more often than not and this makes them the subject of much adulation, attention, adoration and also ridicule. This means that they cannot take a step outside without some form of them being recorded for all posterity. This kind of attention and constant analysis of their life is such a big part of famous people, that though they lament the lack of privacy on one hand, they also miss it when they do not get it all the time. That is why it should not…

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Patti
A gallery of grotesque celebrity puppets from "Spitting Image" (1987) Portrait, Celebrities, Draw, Cartoon, Face Art, Caricatures, Drawings, Picture Video, Fotografia

A group shot of royal puppets from Spitting Image England's bizarre satirical puppet show Spitting Image ran for an astonishing 132 episodes on ITV from 1984-1996. With its extremely topical parodies of politics and show business, the program was something like our Saturday Night Live... only with a much nastier edge and with all the celebrity parts being played by foam and latex doppelgangers of the rich and famous. These three-dimensional, often unflattering caricatures became the show's…

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Joe Blevins