Tom B - Illinois Caricature Artists

Tom B is one of our Caricature Artists in Chicago:

Tom B is a versatile freelance artist with a degree in graphic design. He has provided quality caricature art entertainment in the greater Chicagoland area for 30 years. He has also taught the art of caricature at Moraine Valley Community College. He grew up in the south suburban area and presently resides in New Lenox.

Although he has experience in greeting card art, T-shirt design, company logos, and humorous illustrations for newspaper and magazine articles, his true passion is caricature art. Tom’s personality, character, and ease with people make for an enjoyable experience. He likes working directly with people having the face to face experience which produces a priceless reaction of smiles and giggles that appear when the art is presented to the guests.

He states “I enjoy transforming people into cartoon-like characters and you can’t always get that reaction directly doing other forms of art. “ It’s truly a gift”.Tom has entertained a long list of guests, clients, and customers for residential parties, special events, and business expos. His client list has included, but is not limited to; Harrah's Casino, The Odyssey and Ugly Duckling boats, Ace Hardware, and Nationwide Insurance.

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Traditional Caricatures:
  • B&W Heads Only: 10-14 people per hour
  • B&W Body / Gag: 8-10 people per hour


  • $160/hour, with a 2 hour minimum.

*All pricing is in US Dollars and is subject to change if your specific requirements differ from the descriptions.

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