elvis’ golden caricatures volume 3 (rattlin’ the 50s)

Elvis caricature 57 Santos 1500

ELVIS’ GOLDEN CARICATURES VOLUME 3 is the third volume of car­i­ca­tures of Presley rockin’ and shakin’ and rat­tlin’ and rollin’ the ’50s! Like the first volume, this col­lects fif­teen im­ages of the singer/actor in his youthful prime. There are four­teen im­ages in the main gallery, and there is the fea­tured image found at the top of the page and below the gallery. READ MORE

elvis’ golden caricatures volume 2 (rollin’ the 50s)

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ELVIS’ GOLDEN CARICATURES VOLUME 2 is the second volume of car­i­ca­tures of Presley shakin’ an’ rat­tlin’ an’ rockin’ an’ rollin’ the ’50s! Like the first volume, this col­lects fif­teen im­ages of the singer/actor in his youthful prime. There are four­teen im­ages in the main gallery, and there is the fea­tured image found at the top of the page and below the gallery. READ MORE

elvis’ golden caricatures volume 1 (rockin’ the 50s)

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AS AN ART SCHOOL DROP-OUT, I enjoy many types of art, from the Old Mas­ters to Monet and Ma­tisse, Braque and Pi­casso, Duchamp and Arp, Rauschen­berg and Pol­lock, and that finest of art teachers, Robert Henri. I also love a good car­toonist, whether it’s teams that made the orig­inal Disney and Warner Brothers clas­sics, or those of the modern Ghibli Studio. READ MORE

elvis’ golden caricatures volume 7 (elvis by hirschfeld)

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THE FIRST CARICATURE of Elvis Presley ap­peared in July 1956 in Col­lier’s mag­a­zine. The drawing was by the inim­itable Hirschfeld, and it was clean, simple, and ef­fec­tive. But it was a rather bland drawing, lacking the pizazz usu­ally as­so­ci­ated with his work—as if he wasn’t par­tic­u­larly in­ter­ested in his sub­ject. READ MORE