A caricature project for a gentleman who celebrated his retirement. I also had the opportunity to design a “pop-up” retirement party invitation. Check out the car, he used to drive one of those mini energy-efficient “Smart” cars.
My wife and I recently saw
“The Best Man Holiday” for the second time. We usually don’t see movies twice. However, it was refreshing to watch an entertaining movie where African-Americans were not gangsters, pimps or slaves. These contemporary characters were prospering in elegant surroundings and dealing with issues affecting all of us (regardless of race). Here’s my caricature salute to director Malcolm D. Lee and the actors involved with the movie.
I enjoyed illustrating caricatures at the reception for Kids Are Heroes
Kids Are Heroes® is a non-profit that empowers, encourages and inspires children to become leaders through volunteerism and community involvement. We do this by showcasing and supporting children who are making a difference through their selfless acts of giving.
I met some funny and energetic kids while signing books and illustrating caricatures at the Annual African-American Read-In program at Laurel Woods Elementary School in Laurel, MD.
Last weekend my family had a great opportunity to pose for some photos from the talented photographer, LaTonya Hines. Visit her site for more information: http://www.inhinessight.com
This caricature illustration highlights some of 2009’s top news and entertainment stories. How many do you remember?
Here’s a recent caricature that I illustrated for a co-worker who’s celebrating her retirement from the American Physical Society where I work as the art director.