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International Society of Caricature Artists
exaggerated features magazine

ABOUT ISCA

ISCA currently has over 550 members worldwide. The quarterly magazine, Exaggerated Features, is sent to the members and an annual convention is held for socialization as well as education and competition. The organization has some of the best caricature artists in the world in its membership!

With contests, seminars, and special guests like Jack Davis, Sergio Aragones, Mort Drucker, Sebastian Kruger, John Kascht, and C.F. Payne, our awesome week-long ISCA conventions not to be missed.

Our online caricature forum is a great place to learn techniques, share your artwork, discuss theory, style, and ideas of caricature. This alone is MORE than worth the price of an ISCA membership.

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT ISCA
Alfred E Newman

2012 ANNUAL

ISCA CONVENTION

NOV 11 - NOV 16
El Tropicano
San Antonio, Texas,
Meet hundreds of caricature artists from around the world. Enter competitions, attend awesome seminars, meet the most talented artists in the world and more!
Join in the Excitement!

MORE DETAILS ABOUT THE ISCA CONVENTION
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ISCA ARTIST SPOTLIGHT

Randy Martin
Randy received his associate degree in visual communication from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh in 1980. After college he landed his first job in Beckley West Virginia, working for Beckley Post Harold Newspapers as a graphic artist. In 1983 Randy worked for a company named Quest National Center, in Columbus Ohio, as layout artist. In 1984 he worked as a keyline artist for Menu Graphic, in Cleveland Ohio. Since 1985 he has been working for GTE/Verizon as the advertisin...