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Wildebeests, Zebras, & Crabs, Oh My!

Forget about drawing boring ol’  human faces.   This time, NYSketches artists sketched wildebeests, zebras and crabs at a recent screening event for National Geographic’s new series, Great Migrations !  Check out episodes the National Geographic channel.  Here are photos from the event:

Artist, Alison G & her creative work!

November 8, 2010 at 10:13 pm Leave a comment

Event Mural at BizBash Event Style Expo

This week, NYSketches had a booth at the BizBash Event Style Show.  We showcased our services, and created an Event Mural, of notable New Yorkers.  Event attendees could have their portraits quickly painted next to their favorite celebrity.  One guest, who is known for her packaging  business, asked to be painted next to Martha Stewart.  See her with her beautifully wrapped package below.  Other celebrity New Yorkers painted in the mural:  Robert DeNiro, Martin Scorcese, Woody Allen, Spike Lee, Michael Strahan, Derek Jeter, David Letterman, Howard Stern, Sarah Jessica Parker, Tina Fey, Jay Z, Rudy Guiliani, and Michael Bloomberg.

Attendee and her portrait next to Martha Stewart

Attendee and her portrait next to Martha Stewart

Rebecca Miller painting an Event Mural at BizBash

Rebecca Miller painting an Event Mural at BizBash

November 1, 2008 at 6:51 pm Leave a comment

Time Warner Cable Millionth Broadband Customer Party

Last night,  NYSketches provided caricature sketches on pre- printed paper with Time Warner Cable’s logo at the Time Warner Cable millionth broadband customer party.  The event was held Metropolitan Home’s Showtime House on Grammecy Park South, NYC.  Time Warner selected it’s millionth broadband customer and threw a party for him and 50 of his friends.  Most of the guests had their caricatures drawn, while they sipped on drinks, ate, and watched the Vice Presidential Debate on T.V.

October 3, 2008 at 3:57 pm Leave a comment

T Mobile Sidekick Release Party

Tonight, we did caricatures on pre- printed paper with an custom digital illustration of a T-Mobile Sidekick on the paper. The guests were drawn into the ‘screen’ of the sidekick- it was cute, people liked seeing themselves drawn as a cartoon. Here’s the pre- printed artwork on which the caricatures were drawn.

July 29, 2008 at 7:00 pm Leave a comment