Another one of my Christmas Caricature gifts that went out in December! Interests and references that were covered here were golf, Cork GAA, science, cooking, reading and books, gardening, and wine and beer! The background has a signpost for Malahide, Carlingford and Bantry. If you’re interested in commissioning a personalised caricature of a couple you know just drop me a line for details of prices and how to order! It can be a Christmas present, a birthday gift, or something to mark an engagement or anniversary. You can have anything you like included in the drawing so just make a list and I’ll do the rest!
Personalised Wedding Signing Board Caricatures: this caricature was for one of my canvas wedding signing boards for a wedding last December. It features the couple with their interests in GAA, going to gigs, reading, and also present is their pet dog! The hotel they were married in appears in the background.
I got some nice feedback from the customer on it too:
“That signing board you did for me went down an absolute treat- they were thrilled with it, thank you so much.”
This caricature was a gift for the couple pictured. He is wearing a Donegal GAA jersey and holding a pint of Guinness, she’s pictured with books 📚 (including Roald Dahl’s Matilda) and she’s having a glass of wine! 🍷 He’s got his laptop 💻 and phone and she’s got a mortarboard on as she’s a teacher! 👩🏫 In the background is a barrel of home brew about to explo- sitting there brewing. In the background are signposts for Longford, Inver, Carrick-on-Shannon and Galway and the couple’s car 🚗 is pictured too.
This wedding signing board went all the way to my home county of Donegal. The bride enjoys baking and reading and the groom is a farmer and a big Liverpool fan so I’ve incorporated those details into the caricature. I was also at this wedding drawing the guests with my live caricatures and I could … Read more
The Irish Times is doing trojan work supporting illustration over the last few weeks. Here’s the latest article featuring an interview with Sarah McIntyre.