Anorak News | Famous fictional families immortalised in pencil

Famous fictional families immortalised in pencil

by | 24th, July 2012

YOU have to be vain, stupid or supremely confident in your own skin to sit for a caricature. Or drunk on holiday vino and sunshine. Why else would anyone sit in the town square and allow a stranger to draw them? For the famous, it’s different. The artist uses their faces to showcase his skills. Artist’s like Kirk Demarais, who has drawn a gallary of pencil portraits based on some of the silver screen and magic box’s best families.

Buy them at Gallery 1988 and pass them off as your own family.


The Drapers, inspired by Mad Men

The McFlys inspired by Back to the Future

The Buellers, inspired by Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

The McClanes, inspired by Die Hard

Spotter: Laughing Squid


Posted: 24th, July 2012 | In: TV & Radio Comment | TrackBack | Permalink