Sitting in a Haystack – Birthday Gift Caricature Drawing

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We don’t know the background story for the haystack. Just draw what we’re told and we do our best to make it come alive. This is for a lady turning forty and she was described as often wearing white top with black pencil dress and always using her blackberry.

Farewell Gift Group Caricature Drawing for Bank Executives

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You see these ‘Ducks’ all the time in the financial district of Singapore. They’re amphibious military landing craft modified for civilian use to take tourists around the city and cruise the scenic bay area. So we thought we used this theme for a farewell gift and the customers love it.

Wedding Couple on a Mountain Bike Thematic Caricature

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This is a wedding gift to a couple who loves the outdoor, especially cycling on the southern islands. Now that’s a novel idea to save on bridal car rental and its environment friendly too.

Oscar Awards Movie Theme Caricature

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Its a parting gift for an executive working in the movie industry. His colleagues decided to dress him up in the finest tuxedo, put him in the limelight and give him an Oscar trophy. We threw in the roses to make it all more important.

Appreciation Gift for Sales Achievement by Beloved Couple

This is an A2 size caricature for a health and wellness company. They’re celebrating their top sales performer by commissioning a caricature and presenting it to them at their sales achievement ceremony.

Wedding caricature of couple having celebration drinking Dom Perignon Champagne.
What better way to celebrate success than with the finest Dom Perignon champagne

Trees of Knowledge – Gift Caricature Drawing for CEO of American Libraries

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This is a corporate gift from the National Library Board to the CEO of US library. They suggested the concept of trees bearing books as fruits. Rather symbolic for nurturing the reading habit.