Ian Pollock, born in 1950, lived Cheshire and attended Cheadle Hulme High School where he described himself has a “no-hoper” until he dropped Maths for Art. He then went on to do a Foundation at Manchester College of Art and Design and went on to gain other degrees at various polytechnics around England. Since then he has been Freelancing. “He was commissioned to design “Tales of Terror” — four postage stamps for the Royal Mail which were issued in May 1997.” (http://www.ianpollock.co.uk/portraits/ipbiog.html).
I like this picture of Lee Evans because it is a true caricature of what hes actually like, the way be moves and his most prominent features which are his ears and his little bit of tufty hair! He’s done quite a few portraits for people such as Billy Connoly, Princess Diana etc.
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