Movie Heroes and Their Faces: Superb Caricatures by Anthony Geoffroy – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Movie Heroes and Their Faces: Superb Caricatures by Anthony Geoffroy

French artist Anthony Geoffroy has mastered the art of caricature to the highest degree – his drawings are so grotesque, yet so accurate, that it is simply impossible not to admire the skill of the author.

Certainly many people will recognize in these caricatures not only their favorite characters, but partly themselves. However, we should not worry – a skewed New Year’s Eve face is an indispensable attribute of the holiday.

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