Caricature

Mark Knight suspended his Twitter account after his caricature of the tennis star caused international backlash. The Herald Sun comes to his anti-PC defense.
Let's start with the last year's announcement for the Holocaust cartoon competition. Its organizers publicly stated that
At my son's request, we made our way to the park exit. On the way out of the park I stopped by the gift shop and asked to
This is my first blog in awhile, however, I am back in the saddle, and ready to share some of my latest work with you.
Saturday's smaller replay in Copenhagen of Paris' Charlie Hebdo massacre that left three dead (including the suspected shooter) and several injured begs the question: are cartoons art and entertainment or lethal weapons?
Why do people feel vulnerable, hurt or angry when they encounter satire of their religion? The primary reason is that we suffer an inherent, existential doubt about religious authority.
Her debut Thesis serves as more than an album to King Avriel -- it's an intensely personal journey that she guides listeners through.
I have been very busy getting new drawings ready for my first one man show in New York: That Face, The art of Ken Fallin, Broadway, Hollywood, and Wall Street.
Drawing Barbra Streisand is a pleasure, as her amazing features and dynamic personality present a creative challenge.
People sometimes ask me what feature on a person's face is the most important in creating a caricature. When I'm drawing a famous face, that's pretty easy, as it would be the feature most people think of when they think of that particular celebrity.