Every organization has them, individuals that go the extra mile without expecting anything in return. I want to help companies or organizations recognize those unsung heroes by drawing them funny, making them laughing, and giving them fantastic desk art that will make everyone in the company smile as they pass the hero’s desk. All Unsung […]
What to Know Before Hiring drawYOUfunny for Your Event
Here’s a list of all the frequently asked questions people have before they hire Kurt at drawYOUfunny.
How many caricatures can you draw at a live event?
The short answer: I draw 1 digital caricature every 3-4 minutes (about 15-20 an hour). I draw a hand-drawn caricature every 2-3 minutes (20-30 an hour). But wait, there is more to consider… Many people planning an event that would be enhanced by a caricature artist are concerned about how fast the caricature artist can draw. […]
LDS General Conference | October 2014
The LDS General Conference (#ldsconf) is once again over. Everyone has a unique way to share the spiritual words from the conference–this is mine.
National Boss Day Gift Idea – Giveaway
Nominate your boss to be drawn funny! Did you know Oct 16 is National Boss Day? I’m giving away a caricature a week to your boss for the next month. Here’s how this is going to work… Nominate your boss for a free caricature HERE (put “draw the boss funny” in the subject line) You […]
Live Wedding Caricatures | Salt Lake, Provo, Ogden
It’s always difficult to find ways to make your wedding and/or reception unique and memorable. Having a live caricature artist transforms the event from a formal quiet reception into a party full of laughter. Caricatures turn your special occasion into a memorable day and gives each guest a keepsake to take home. This is how it works: […]
Michael Bay is Ruining My Childhood | My Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Review
Michael Bay is at it again–ruining my childhood heroes. A few months ago I saw Transformers part 4 and I swear it was the same movie as part 3 which was the same movie as part 2 which was the same movie as part 1. Mr. Bay needs to put down Transformers and slowly back […]
Remember Your Father’s Day Caricature – A Guaranteed Laugh
Shopping for the dad who already has everything is a tough job. Socks are dumb. Ties are cliche. He has every technology gadget one could dream of. People feel stuck wondering the isles at Cabellas thinking if another fishing line will do the trick this year. Let me make it easy on you! Many don’t […]
LDS General Conference Caricatures | April 2014
The April 2014 LDS General Conference has come to an end. It’s been a lot of fun drawing these men and women and getting their message in a unique way out in the world. The greatest respect I can show someone is when I draw their caricature. I find the more I love and respect […]
#LDSconf Caricatures — Drawing & Listening to Prophets
One benefit of being a Mormon is that every six months you get to stay at home and watch church on TV in your pajamas. It’s a pretty sweet deal. We call it General Conference and it’s happening this weekend. I find it an ideal time to sit and draw every speaker and see how […]
President Putin is Not Like Poutine | Comparing Dictators to Fries & Gravy
Have you ever tasted Poutine? It’s this crazy Canada food with fries, cheese, and gravy. Nobody can feel good about themselves when they eat that. It’s not the type of thing you eat on your way to the gym. However, it’s one of those things where you start eating and you realize you like it […]
Dear Jabari Parker, I’ve Been in Your Shoes
I remember the time when I was deciding between playing division 1 college basketball, going to the NBA, or going on a Mormon mission. This was a rough time in life when I was starting for Duke and just couldn’t help but keep my PPG average below 30. I had NBA scouts checking me out […]
Chris Christie’s Bridge
Did you have a long week? If your name is Chris Christie you probably shouldn’t have gotten out of bed. It’s been a long week for him in front of a microphone. What if you had the power the alter someones commute to work with the wave of your hand…would you do it? Would it […]
John Stockton, I need to apologize!
When I was about 12 years-old, my best friend Bob and I heard that it was possible to go watch the Utah Jazz practice. My friend’s mom dropped us off at Westminster College (where the Jazz used to practice). Long story short…we lasted 5 minutes before they told us the practice was closed to the […]
Lady Gaga the Anti-Virtue
I drew Lady Gaga in a turtle neck. Why, you ask? Because she doesn’t take very many opportunities to wear a turtle neck. She probably doesn’t even know they exist. She’s too busy figuring out ways to take more OFF. She’d probably take her skin off if she could figure out how to do that. […]