David Hensley is an accomplished editorial caricaturist, cartoonist and illustrator, having worked for most national newspapers both here and in his native Australia.
These include The Daily Mail, The Guardian, The Observer and The Sunday Telegraph. David also contributed to the late Punch magazine as well as The Oldie, New Statesman and ITV’s Spitting lmage.
He has also recently turned his pencil to capturing innocent partygoers as a ‘live’ on the spot caricaturist at corporate events and parties. Working quickly, David Hensley can nail as many as 12 people an hour, while he mingles amiably amongst his unsuspecting victims.
Each drawing is tailor made to capture the ‘lighter’ side of his subject and is finished in glowing black and white pencil. Based in central London, David Hensley is available for any event or celebration in London or surrounding Counties. He will also fly to Europe for corporate events.
Caricaturist London – David Hensley
Clients include – Pinewood Studios, Samsung, HTC, British Telecom, The Royal Mail, Just Eat Summer Campaign, BIFM and BNP Paribas in The City of London. David is also available for private or corporate commissions large or small.
“David is a fantastic artist and was able to portray real expression through his work.. he was extremely popular, with a constant line of eager guests waiting to be drawn.. we would most certainly recommend him.”
A caricature is a rendered image showing the features of its subject in a simplified or exaggerated way through sketching, pencil strokes, or through other artistic drawings. In literature, a caricature is a description of a person using exaggeration of some characteristics and oversimplification of others. (Wikipedia).
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