17 x 29.5 cm Watercolour on paper
Jonathan Cusick Caricaturist
All proceeds go towards mounting the 'Searle In America' exhibition at the non-profit Cartoon Art Museum, San Francisco this November. Shipping fee negotiable. Expedited shipping available if extra fees are paid by the buyer.
'For the past 14 years caricaturist, cartoonist and illustrator Jonathan Cusick has worked for many prominent clients, winning a number of awards along the way.
Notable clients include prolific illustrations for the Radio Times (over 70 issues), a weekly caricature for The Times' TV review on Saturdays, and the cover of the 2010 QI Annual. He has illustrated advertising campaigns including Cadbury sponsorship of Coronation Street on ITV. In 2013 an ad campaign featuring Jonathan's caricatures runs across the USA. He has also designed characters for a Hollywood film.
His caricature art has been exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery, London (in the BP Portrait Award), The Mall Galleries (with the Royal Society of Portrait Painters), and Chris Beetles Gallery. A solo exhibition was held at the Coningsby Gallery, London, in 2005. His work has regularly been selelcted for the Association of Illustrators Images annuals, for which he has also been a judge, and also Luerzer's Archive 200 best illustratorsWorldwide.
After graduating with a first in Illustration from the University of Central England in 1999, Jonathan later studied briefly at the Prince of Wales Drawing School in Shoreditch, where he met the Prince. 'Remarkable' was the enthusiastic response to Jonathan's cartoon approach, though there's no word on the Knighthood ...yet.
A number of celebrities have purchased Jonathan's caricatures of themselves, including; the late DJ John Peel, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Raymond Blanc, Heston Blumenthal, Sir Michael Parkinson, David Dickinson, comedian Ben Miller, and Queen legend Brian May.
As a cartoon illustrator and caricaturist, Jonathan has made appearances on BBC Radio 4 and BBC1. Back in 2002 the Sunday Times magazine tipped him as one to look out for in their 'Next Big Thing' feature.'
Shipping fee negotiable. All proceeds go towards mounting the 'Searle In America' exhibition at the non-profit Cartoon Art Museum, San Francisco this November.