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Tuesday, 12 March 2019 07:29

Take them down Caricatures

Caricatures of political leaders (around the world and here in Greece) and greek journalists made to illustrate a short homemade videoclip for the song "Take them down" by Dropkick Murphys (from the album "Going out in style", 2011).The illustrations mix drawing and real photos in order to create a semi realistic approach.

By order of appearance: Evangelos Venizelos (former leader of the greek political party PASOK), Christine Lagarde (IMF's chairwoman), Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarcozy (presidents of Germany and France(former)), Barack Obama (former president of USA), Olli Rehn (EU's politician), Babis Papadimitriou (greek tv "journalist"), Lucas Papademos (former Vice President of the European Central Bank, Governor of the Bank of Greece and Greece's (not elected) prime minister), John Pretenderis (greek tv "journalist"), Antonis Samaras (former prime minister of Greece),Wolfgang Schäuble (Germany's former minister of finance).

In case you want to see the animation you can visit its animation page or see the youtube video.

Additional Info

  • Medium: Pencils, markers, digital color
  • Date: 2011-12

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