HANNIBAL — Jeff Niffen is an illustrator by trade and an astute people watcher. The soft-spoken artist from Pike County makes a study of facial features, looking for nuances that set people apart from the crowd. He then uses these unique traits, exaggerating them just a bit, in order to create caricatures that not only represent who the people are but also what they're doing at the moment.
Caricature artist accentuates individual uniqueness
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