Caricatures

Some articles on caricatures:

Tony Rafty
... He specialises in drawing caricatures ... As a boy he first started drawing caricatures whilst caddying during the Depression ... His work has been exhibited worldwide and over 15,000 of his caricatures have been featured in newspapers and magazines ...
Sam Berman - Radio
... did art for advertising agencies and created caricatures of leading radio performers for NBC's promotion, The NBC Parade of Stars as Seen by Sam Berman As Heard over Your Favorite NBC Station ... With a tight deadline, he created caricatures of NBC's most popular radio personalities and shows, each printed on a separate 6"x7" card, and inserted in ... The set of 56 caricatures included Fred Allen, Jack Benny, Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, Milton Berle, George Burns and Gracie Allen, Judy Canova, Eddie ...
Piet De Jong (artist) - Life and Career - Caricatures
... Forty-four Piet de Jong caricatures, also in watercolor, have also been published ... Other caricatures feature students and other so-called “helenophiles” living in Athens, associated with either the American School of Classical Studies at Athens or the ... In his will, Piet de Jong bequeathed all of his personal caricatures and other watercolors to Minoan archaeologist Sinclair Hood ...
Caricatura - Computerized Caricature
... There have been efforts to produce caricatures automatically or semi-automatically using computer graphics techniques ... provides warping tools specifically designed toward rapidly producing caricatures ... few software programs designed specifically for automatically creating caricatures ...
Cappiello - Caricatures
... His first album of caricatures, "Lanterna Magica," was made in 1896 ... In 1898, he moved to Paris, and his caricatures were published in Le Rire for the first time ... In 1902, a 24-page book of his caricatures was published entitled Gens du Monde ‘people of high society’ for the magazine L’Assiette au Beurre ...

Famous quotes containing the word caricatures:

    Every man sees in his relatives, and especially in his cousins, a series of grotesque caricatures of himself.
    —H.L. (Henry Lewis)