30 Awesome & Funny Examples of “Caricature Magazine Art”

Caricature Magazine Art

The Art of caricature in magazines and news papers are very trendy these days. Some times they create controversies but the style and fun in these illustrations always make you laugh and its a very unique artwork to convey message or to tell something to this world in a different form. A caricature can refer to a portrait  that exaggerates or distorts the essence of a person or thing to create an easily identifiable visual likeness. In literature, a caricature is a description of a person using exaggeration of some characteristics and oversimplification of others.

Caricatures can be insulting or complimentary and can serve a political purpose or be drawn solely for entertainment. Caricatures of politicians are commonly used in editorial cartoons, while caricatures of movie stars are often found in entertainment magazines. We have compiled 30 awesome and funny examples of  “Caricature Magazine Art”

There have been efforts to produce caricatures automatically or semi-automatically using computer graphics techniques. For example, provides warping tools specifically designed toward rapidly producing caricatures. There are very few software programs designed specifically for automatically creating caricatures.

An interesting aspect of some computer graphic systems is that by necessity they require quite different skillsets to caricatures created on paper. Thus using a computer in the digital production of caricatures requires advanced knowledge of the program’s functionality. Rather than being a simpler method of caricature creation, it can be a more complex method of creating images that feature finer coloring textures than can be created using more traditional methods.

Lets have a look on Keith Seidel Artwork for Different Magazines.

Supreme Golfer Kim Jong Il

Slate Magazine
Microsoft Corp.

Caricature Magazine Art

Poe Interview Beyond The Grave (w/ READ Magazine Editor)

READ Magazine

Caricature Magazine Art

Jean Chretien Golf Gifts Defense

Golfworld Magazine
Golf Digest Co.

Caricature Magazine Art

Obama Golf

Golfworld Magazine
Golf Digest Companies

Caricature Magazine Art

King Bloomberg & His Court – Term Limit Hogwash

Fed Up New Yorkers Magazine  Issue 1  Cover Art

Caricature Magazine Art

Bloomberg God and His Commandments

www.BloombergWatch.com
Fed Up New Yorkers Magazine

Caricature Magazine Art

Captain Bloomberg “We’re All In The Same Boat”

Fed Up New Yorkers Magazine cover art
www.BloombergWatch.com

Caricature Magazine Art

Albany Chaos – Inmates Take Over Asylum

Fed Up New Yorkers Magazine
www.BloombergWatch.com

Caricature Magazine Art

King Bloomberg So ‘Powerful’

www.BloombergWatch.com
Fed Up New Yorkers Magazine

Caricature Magazine Art

Plastic Man Bloomberg – Hindsight is 20/20

Fed Up New Yorkers Magazine  cover art
www.BloombergWatch.com

Caricature Magazine Art

The Emperor Has No Clothes – Bloomberg/Quinn “…They’re Naked!”

Fed Up New Yorkers Magazine cover art
www.BloombergWatch.com

Caricature Magazine Art

Madden NFL XBox WigOut

Beckett Football Card Plus Cover Artwork

Caricature Magazine Art

Hunter S. Thompson  •  Shotgun Golf

Slate Magazine
Microsoft

Caricature Magazine Art

Barkley Bear

Slate Magazine
Microsoft

Caricature Magazine Art

George Foreman Grill Fest

Slate
Microsoft Corp

Caricature Magazine Art

Hideki Matsui  •  Godzilla

The Sporting News

Caricature Magazine Art

Berserker Nutcracker at Roger Clemens’ Home LIVE

Slate Magazine
Microsoft Corp.

Caricature Magazine Art

The Cheaters:  Barry Bonds, Marion Jones, Tyler Hamilton

Slate Magazine
Microsoft Corp.

Caricature Magazine Art

The Two Montys: Colin Montgomerie Sad, Colin Montgomerie Happy

Golfworld Magazine
Golf Digest Co.

Caricature Magazine Art

The Curse of the Bambino Zaps Pedro’s Ass

The Sporting News

Caricature Magazine Art

Prince

Slate Magazine
Microsoft Corp.

Caricature Magazine Art

Paul Giamatti as the voice of “Frank” (Tiger’s Golf Club Cover)

Golfworld Magazine
Golf Digest Co.

Caricature Magazine Art

Hot Rod Honey  –  Rollerbabe Action

Slate Magazine
Microsoft Corp.

Caricature Magazine Art

SavageMan Triathalon artwork

SavageMan Triathalon

Caricature Magazine Art

Rudy Giuliani’s Scary Power Grabs

Washington Monthly Magazine

Caricature Magazine Art

Bull ox toro

slate magazine
microsoft corp.

Caricature Magazine Art

Jay-Z Bitchslaps Broadway  •  Worst CD Box Sets In History

MAD Magazine
EC Publications

Caricature Magazine Art

Kenny G – 4 Hour Continuous Note  •  Worst CD Box Sets In History

MAD Magazine
EC Publications

Caricature Magazine Art

John Ashcroft’s McVeigh Execution Lottery

MAD Magazine
EC Publications

Caricature Magazine Art

Tiger Woods Unimpressed with A. Kim’s Belt Buckle

Golfworld Magazine
Golf Digest Co.

Caricature Magazine Art

The science of caricature

Ramachandran and Hirstein suggested that caricature is related to peak shift. In the peak shift effect, animals sometimes respond more strongly to exaggerated versions of the training stimuli. For example, if a rat is trained to respond to a rectangle of a particular aspect ratio, and to avoid a square, when later presented with several rectangles it will prefer the one with the most elongated aspect ratio (this being the one that is most different from the square) rather than the original rectangle used in training. Ramachandran and Hirstein speculated that cells in a monkey brain that respond to particular faces would respond more strongly to caricatured versions of the face.

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