Custom Editorial Cartoons
Some of these are commissioned pieces, appearing here courtesy of their respective owners.
Interested in having something custom made along these lines, for ad campaigns, newsletters, to hang in your office, etc.
Call 631-942-5154 or e-mail me
A DVD cover I designed and illustrated a few years ago.
Nolan Ryan pitching a fireball.
Catching a Nolan Ryan fireball.
Sarah Palin Tea Party Cartoons
Happy Halloween Barack Obama, John McCain & Sarah Palin
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I did a short little Flash animation right after the 2000 election, it's
not that great but it has my prediction for the 2004 presidential election.
click here to see it.
(I got this idea while listening to George W. Bush during his third debate with John Kerry. There could
be something to that idea of the wrong war, wrong time, wrong place and possibly hidden agendas.)
Cartooning, Editorial Cartoons, Caricature Artist & Quick Sketch Party Cartoons, NY area.
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Marty Macaluso (631) 942-5154
Here's a Papersculpture I did years ago from a scene towards
the end of the movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
It's fun doing the Desperate Housewives, I wanted to include Edie and Katherine, but ran out of room on the page:)
(This was from the beginning of the season when Gabby was fat.)
Above is a cartoon I did for this years Burndt Toast Gang Halloween Party.
Above is a pencil sketch of Ringo drumming which appeared
in my brother's instructional drum technique book which was
illustrated by both my dad and me, it's called Repercussions.
Here's a link to a sci-fi website that
I'm illustrating Cartoons and Caricatures for:
Read about John Lennon and May Pang's UFO sighting in 1974,
(from the aliens point of view)
Is Hillary Clinton being backed by aliens?
Are you familiar with the elusive
Caricature Sketchs or Party Cartoons are fast n fun, great for your upcoming Holiday Parties!
(Black and white, color or a mix)
Call today for more info 631-942-5154
These are different, I only do a few of these a year. They are hand drawn,
on the computer (not to be confused with a quick computer generated illustration).
Basically they are a logo, they look best when they are small (try xeroxing up
one from the Wall Street Journal and you'll see what I mean). They are time
consuming and kind of on the expensive side, but very eye-catching. These
Wall Street Journal style head shots seem to appeal to lawyers, doctors and
relators. They are a unique gift for any executive, even before they retire.
QuickLinks To Other Things I Do:
See more samples and learn more about my work at
"Caricature Talk" a Cartoon/Caricature Blog