Henri Goldsmann has a blunt pencil, but with plenty of led.
His work has been published in newspapers and magazines around the world, such as The Seattle Times, The Washington Post, Folha de Sao Paulo, and Business 2.0.
In fact, in order to meet a deadline, USA Today once flew him over to Washington DC, just to change a small detail in a comic illustration of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy davis Junior (the golden guys) henri made for the cover of the USA Today weekend edition:
sammy davis junior's bottom lip was sticking out a bit too much...
Henri was awarded the prestegious funny bone award from the society of illustrators -madison square press in New York for an entertainment magazine cover featuring a caricature of comedian Rodney dangerfield.
He is a published author of a children's book named Harold (a dog's best friend), published by Templar in the United Kingdom, shortlisted for the cambridgeshire 'read it again' children's picture book award. Henri currently illustrates and animates comics for a variety of clients.
"Henri Goldsmann stands with hirschfield, david levine and gerald scarfe as one of the finest caricaturists of our time. Quality has nothing to fear from time"
Legendary warner brothers animation master Chuck Jones (1912-2002), Creator of the roadrunner, the coyote and pepe le pew and director of bugs bunny and daffy duck.
"henri's work is penetrating and revealing.
It allways tells you more about the subject than you thought you ever knew."
"Henri Goldsmann stands with hirschfield, davide levine and gerald scarfe as one of the finest caricaturists of our time. Quality has nothing to fear from time"
"Henri's work is penetrating and revealing. It always tells you more about the subject than you thought you ever knew."
Rob Covey Art Director of The Seattle Times,
US News & World Report, and national Geographic magazine (US).
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