Funny portraits of celebrities: cartoons by Vincent Altamore
Funny portraits of celebrities: cartoons by Vincent Altamore
Funny Celebrity Portraits: Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino

No matter how much you paint portraits of celebrities, you still can't keep up with the cinematic sky, which gives birth to new stars every day. But American caricature artist Vincent Altamore does not seem to be intimidated by this. In his virtual workshop, new portraits of celebrities appear every now and then, as if frozen distorting mirrors from the room of laughter. The amusing exhibition features Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino, Michelle Pfeiffer, Sean Penn, Elizabeth Taylor and other worthy film citizens.

Funny Celebrity Portraits: Michelle Pfeiffer

Vincent Altamore is an experienced artist: he says he has been drawing since he was three. Already at such a tender age, the future cartoonist actively experimented with materials and styles: for example, starting with rebellious graffiti on the wallpaper, he eventually settled down and became interested in more traditional genres.

Funny Celebrity Portraits: Sean Penn, Elizabeth Taylor Funny Celebrity Portraits: Sarah Jessica Parker

Vincent Altamore is a free artist: for over 30 years he has been collaborating with editorial offices and advertising agencies, and the press writes about his caricatured portraits of celebrities. Over the years, a lot has changed, and although the artist moved to work at the computer, he makes sketches in the old fashioned way, on a piece of paper: he says that he understands his characters better this way.

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