Friday, May 22, 2009

More Power Women

They have the POWER!!!

A couple of these I might go back into... I'm just a little pressed for time.
Anyway, check out their website at
They do important work.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

A couple of couples in the Park

I drew these 2 couple today in Central Park.

Power Women

Here's 3 of 9 Women I'm caricaturing for their group's (Women's Voices for Change) website. There's more to come.

Monday, May 18, 2009


This is a quick one I did of my friend, Julianna for her Birthday.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Horton Foote

This is the latest profile caricature for the "Profile Theatre" in Portland, Oregon. It's of Horton Foote, best known for his screenplay for "To Kill A Mockingbird" in 1962, but also known for his many plays and other film scripts.
I think this is the 9th one I've done for them since 2000. Unfortunately, Horton died a couple of months ago, but he had a long, productive life.

Monday, May 11, 2009

More Park Caricatures

Here's some more Park caricatures taken with my cell phone camera (not the best way to do it). These take about 5-10 min. to do. It's funny how the peoples expressions rarely match up from when I take their photos to when I draw them.

Friday, May 01, 2009

"The Caricature King" is a business name!!!!

Just had to say again for the millionth time that I use the name" Caricature King" as a business name only, and I don't think I'm the "King of the Caricaturists" or anything of the sort. The idea is ridiculous and I don't have a huge ego like that.
I say this again because I heard from a friend that they were told that another caricaturist was talking about me like I DID think that and I had a lot of gall for thinking that. Obviously, it was someone who doesn't really know me, but THEY had the gall to think that they know what's going on inside MY head. Thanks for thinking the worst of me- fellow caricaturist- whoever you are. Feel your hate flow.... Embrace the Dark Side.

Every artist has their struggles to go through, and it's tough just to survive and make a living. I was working in the Fashion industry on and off for the past 17 years- delaying my progress as an artist in my opinion, because I needed to make money and survive. I've only recently been getting consistent work doing caricature gigs- so whatever I need to do to help me pay my rent and buy food, I'm going to do - within the law of course...
That's also why "The Caricature King" is in quotes.