I began the drawing in a bar that was actually playing AC/DC, Aerosmith, and Motorhead. I had drawn Lemmy from Motorhead a few months ago as a warm up at a coffee shop in SoHo before seeing a gallery show … Continue reading
Category Archives: caricature
Got the call at 12 noon-ish on Friday. Turned in the final at 7pm the same day.
I’s always an adventure for me to go through older work and remember my thought processes at the time of making an image. Over all the faces are fairly consistent. The older some of them get the less familiar I … Continue reading
This was a challenge. I sent in a few sketches to the art director, David. He showed it to whoever he has to run things by. I liked this idea but I knew it just wasn’t resolved enough to be … Continue reading
Less caricature, more realism. I guess it reflects the times we are in. The trends I casually watch out of the corner of my eye in the illustration business seem less fantastical and more literal these days. Over the years … Continue reading
What more can you say about Sterling at this point. The Week of course had to address this. I liked their idea, but of course it becomes a design problem. I guess it works for what they wanted to get … Continue reading
Working with the Promotions dept. They requested an odd group of faces that I’m guessing never get together for portraits. It was a challenge to get them all together in one composition.
This appeared in a show at Gallery 1988 in LA a year ago. It’s a little forced but I’m OK with it. Basically it’s Dave Attell in one of his jokes. Not sure if it has a title but it … Continue reading