The 4 Types of Artists – Starving, Dying, Dead, and Rich!

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How many types of artists lurk around in this overpopulated world? The caricaturist took it upon herself to answer this question that few have dared to ask and even fewer have dared to answer. There are 4 types and 4 types only. The Starving, the Dying, the Dead, and the Rich! You don't you? That tiny muscle jumping at the corner of your lip tells me that you don't believe me... More
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About Shafali The Caricaturist

I am a caricaturist. A caricaturist is someone who creates a humorous effect by distorting reality through selective exaggeration. I am exactly what the definition says. I use words and drawings to distort reality for outlining the humor that usually stays hidden in incidents and in faces.

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Reviews of The 4 Types of Artists – Starving, Dying, Dead, and Rich! by Shafali The Caricaturist

Joleene Naylor reviewed on April 1, 2013

A fun little piece that is too, too true!
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Roberta Beach Jacobson reviewed on Feb. 24, 2012

Amen. Truth is stranger than fiction. Funnier, too.
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Unicorn Productions Books reviewed on Sep. 26, 2011

Absolutely love the Mighty Caricaturist - and if she feels like Hulk, I'll kindly remind her she's more like a She-Hulk (i.e. she has a brain)! Way to go, Shafali! We want more!
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Cat L reviewed on Sep. 17, 2011

OMG so funny and true. Very good caricatures, well worth reading if you have a sense of humour.
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David Elvar reviewed on Sep. 16, 2011

I'll second the previous review. Full of humour and containing a healthy dose of reality, much of what is in this charming little book could equally well apply to us writers. It applies to everyone else, of course: I plan to be rich and famous by the end of the year. Yeah, yeah, I read the bit about probability but I'm a writer, not a mathematician.
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Bob Andrews reviewed on Sep. 16, 2011

An interesting perspective. Loved the cartoons and the subtle satire. Couldn't stop myself from laughing at them. A collection of your satires would be welcome.
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