Occasionally, we will go down to Orchard Road during the weekends to busk. The public were always curious and our presence are well-received too.
Another regular customer of us, yet again ordered a gift caricature drawing for her Venerable.
As describe, the Venerable is a very funny guy, in order to make them understand better he uses ‘singlish’. He laughs a lot and will claps his hands once and laugh when he is saying something really funny.
Mugshot caricature drawings of a team from the ITE department. A simple yet a unique memorable gifts for the staffs.
Amidst the busy day of drawing and painting in our studio, Cartoon.SG made time for an event held by Dynamic Tour. We were given the opportunity to make the event much more worthwhile by drawing LIVE caricature of the guests during the mentioned event. Held at Marina Bay Sands, we were greeted by “Rock” clad costume waiters and waitresses, which made the event even more lively.
A birthday gift caricature from a dad portraying his daughter with her favourite dog. Like they said, ‘ Dog is a man’s bestfriend!’
Farewell gift for a colleague on her retirement. Known by her colleagues as a slim and presentable lady who loves to match her dress with a belt and a brooch. A physic teacher who love to drink tea too.
Its a gift to a senior personnel of Mastercard. His achievement and responsibility is rather obvious in the theme .
This is a gift for a Japanese couple’s wedding that’s taking place in Japan.
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.
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.
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.
We drew at a series of roadshow events at various shopping malls for the Ministry of Community, Youth and Sports. Children tell us their ambitions and aspirations and we drew them to draw in the crowd to the exhibition. The funniest request was by a girl whose aspiration was to be a cat.