Corporate Caricatures

Celebrate someone special!

Have you a brilliant team that needs to be recognised? Or a work colleague who's leaving after many years of loyal service? Or do you want to make a memorable impression with your next PowerPoint presentation? Luke Warm has drawn literally hundreds of caricatures for corporate clients over the past 30 years.


A corporate caricature drawn from photos can include as many as 40 people as well as your logo, business premises, products etc and can look great mounted and framed on a meeting room wall - bound to be a talking point and to loosen up your next client meeting.  They can also make great Christmas cards.

And why not introduce your team with hand drawn caricatures in your next business presentation?  Of course the original drawings can also be provided mounted and framed so that each of your team members has a really meaningful and personal gift that shows them how valued they are.

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What details do you need for a quote?

To give you a quote for caricatures from photos I need

  • the number of people to be included

  • the use the drawing will be put to, and

  • your deadline

I will then give you a range of options and prices.

Size?

As a guide 1-5 people can be included at A4 size (210mm x 297mm), 1-15 at A3 (297mm x 420mm), 1-30 at A2 (420mm x 594mm) and 1-40 at A1 (594mm x 840mm). Whether it's a group of up to 40 people for a retirement present, wedding anniversary or military mess drawing, or perhaps a collage of cameos of the same people in various settings - first date, proposal, marriage and honeymoon - A1 allows the greatest scope.

Photos?

The quality of your caricature directly depends on the quality of your photos - by far the most important element in the whole process! You do please need to put time to this.

I do need hardcopy printed photos to work from - at least 2-3 recent, close, clear, happy, smiling pictures of each person, without hats or sunglasses, showing the complete outline of the head.  Ideally the head needs to be at least 2" high - a good test of a picture is whether you can make out the eye colour - and there needs to be enough clear detail to allow the caricature to be drawn several times larger than in the photo.


I also need photos of all the props and background items to be included. Professionally printed photos are best - online digital printer Snapfish offers 40 free prints with your first upload. All pictures will be carefully looked after and returned to you.

Uses?

The most caricatures from photos are commissioned for either birthday, wedding, Christmas, leaving or retirement presents.


Family portraits of up to 30 people have been commissioned for Paper, Silver, Ruby, Gold, Emerald and Diamond wedding anniversaries.

In the corporate world they're also often commissioned as 'financial tombstones' to celebrate the completion of a project - with all the key members having signed and dated copies.

Another idea is to introduce a team or individual caricatutures

Large group caricatures are very popular as Mess drawing for the military (Officer's, Warrant Officer's, Sergeant's Messes etc) - they build team spirit!

Black & White or Colour?

For the classic, timeless look it's hard to beat B&W - great for wedding invitations and formal occasions.  Adding colour will give the caricature warmth and fun.

Copies

Signed and numbered copies of group caricatures can be arranged - printed in Epsom DuraBrite ink on heavy 160gsm glossy photo card - so that everyone in the drawing has a copy.

How do I get the best results?!

Well organised clients get the best work - by keeping emails short and clear, maintaining the entire email thread, providing good quality photos, layout drawing and and brief - and so allowing me to put the maximum amount of time into the drawing itself.

What's the best way to contact you

By far the best ways to contact me are by Email or by filling in the Enquiry Form below.

Enquiry Form

Greencroft, Harton Cross, Hartland, Bideford EX39 6AE, UK

01237 441 559 / 0797 323 1577 - 9-5pm weekdays only

Thanks for your Enquiry. Do please also remember to check your Junk/Spam Mailbox for our reply.

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Luke Warm is based in North Devon so most of his on the spot work is in the West Country - Devon (Exeter, Plymouth, Torquay, Paignton, Barnstaple, Tiverton, Newton Abbot, Tavistock), Cornwall (Bodmin, Truro, Camborne, Redruth, St. Austell, Falmouth, Penzance, Newquay), Somerset (Taunton, Bath, Weston-super-Mare, Yeovil, Bridgwater, Wells, Glastonbury), Wiltshire (Trowbridge, Salisbury, Swindon, Chippenham, Devizes, Marlborough, Warminster), and Dorset (Dorchester, Poole, Weymouth, Sherborne, Wimborne Minster, Shaftesbury).  However from time to time he's tempted out of the sunny south west - often for conferences and events in South Wales, Birmingham or London. 
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