They put this on a special wall under the heading…
“Do Not Accept Checks From This Man.”
As far as I can tell, that’s a caricature of any black man.
“And this is what I’d look like if my eyes weren’t so damn close together!”
so what, you sit down for a caricature and the guy draws what you’d look like with better facial hair?
on the floor cannot get up from laughing
pure phuckery at its finest
Show me the Monet!
“So, where are you hanging it?”
Great picture, if he was a Saudi prince.
Is he the one who beats all those women? or is that the other one?
I thought Sardi’s only hung pictures of famous people.
Cuba hoped if he brought in one of his colorings they might name a sandwich after him. The manager said that was a “no go” but if he left they would hang it above one of the urinals.
I think you are confusing Sardi’s with the Carnegie Deli. (Or the Stage Deli. They both name sandwiches after celebrities.)
Look for this picture on you next box of rice.
knowing many many professional caricature artists, I can say with some authority that that is a terrible caricature and I would expect more from a place that has that as part of their rep. stinko. Artist, go back and learn what notes to hit cuz you hit all the others.
“Mr. Gooding, we’d like to ask you to appear at –”
“I’LL DO IT!”
This is like Dorian Gray in reverse.
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Cuba Gooding Jr. unveiling his caricature at Sardi's in New York City. (August 22, 2013) -Photo: Fame/Flynet, Getty, INFdaily, Pacific Coast News, Splash News, WENN
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