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Why Digital Caricatures?
Caricature.com is the Original Digital quick sketch business. We innovated digital drawing for events at least 15 years before all the others . . we knew this was a form of entertainment who's time had come. Initially, this show was created for the meetings industry around 1990 with Macintosh computers and Wacom tablet technology. We originally appeared for for Apple Computers, Wacom Technology and Fractal Design in their respective trade show booths. In the mid 90s, we developed this show for Walt Disney World in a retail environment. Since then, we have traveled extensively to trade shows and corporate events for some of the world's largest corporations, and have since branched out to colleges, cruise ships, private parties and events. Today, we offer completely mobile event services, on-site color printing, free customization of printouts, multiple artists and the ability to mirror our digital image to just about any monitor device. One price does it all...
Go with the pros, go with experience.
Our shows are truly innovative and give you exactly what you are looking for...
Happy clients, new contacts and awareness for your company and your products. Digital means effortlessly adding your logos, mottos and themes to every face we draw. Attaching our laptop to large monitors means attracting huge audiences and creating an atmosphere where your salespeople can easily start a conversation.
Have You Been Drawn by Us Digitally at an Event?
You can order an exciting array of products with your image printed right on it (see samples). Just go to the Download Page and find Your event. When you click on your face, a host of options will show for purchase. Or you can have us create a caricature from a photo from our order page.
Watch Us In Action
Be Seen by the People Who Matter
We can hook our laptop to just about anything, even multiple monitors for trade shows and huge events. The huge display at left was used in the center atrium area on a cruise line we work frequently. Passengers watched from two levels as the digital artist performs his magic. Talk about exposure!