Wedding Art Portraiture & Triptych
The Drop-in Artist is available to create commemorative sketches and artwork at your wedding. Entertain and amaze guests with the Portraiture Experience, leaving them with a unique souvenir of the day. Or have the Triptych Drawing to capture the moments and emotion of the day, created in-person while the wedding takes place - turning your special day into a true work of art.
"... Surprise your guests with a portraiture experience."
A treat for your guests.
Show your guests how special they are with a 5 to 7-minute sketch portrait experience. Although they might be nervous at first, your guests will leave delighted, taking home a one-off, stylish souvenir in ink on paper. “How strange it feels, it´s the first time I´ve ever had my portrait done.
All drawings are presented in a protective gift envelope and handed out to the guest on the night.
"... turn your special day into a true work of art."
A5 or A4 Paper Size
21 x 14 cm
Up to 20 portraits
£ 450 + travel expenses
Approx. 4 hours
(7 portraits per hour)
-Commemorative paper exclusively designed for your event.
-Over 20 portraits created in 4hr session.
A5 or A4 Bristol or cardboard paper.
Collage Triptych Drawing.
Dagugli will create a single artwork that captures the emotion and atmosphere of your event, including key people and moments in a collage drawing. A unique experience to surprise loved ones, or even as a cheeky memento of a hen party or stag do.
Note: You keep all the original artwork created during the day but the copyright remains the property of the artist. A Licensing agreement can be arranged
Email for quote and availability for your event.
The minimun hire 3 hours / Maximum 8 hrs. Available for bookings in the UK and worldwide. Prices start from £350.
21 X 62 cm. aprox
£ 850 + Travel Expenses
Throughout the whole celebration
-Hand made 3 pages accordion sketchbook
-Unique front + back cover design.
-Hand calligraphy Headings
(with the name of the couple, date and venue).
-The protagonist of our story is previously painted at the center of the open triptych.
-The rest of the image will be created during the event to capture the moment as is unfolded.