158 years ago today, Theodore Roosevelt, the manliest U.S. president of all time, was born. Throughout his career, Roosevelt was a favorite subject of political cartoonists. His big, toothy grin, framed by his walrus-like mustache, along with his bespectacled eyes, were easy to caricature. It also helped that TR had a larger-than-life personality to match his larger-than-life features.
To celebrate the birthday of the patron saint of the Art of Manliness, we thought it would be fun to tap into this part of TR’s history by showing AoM readers how to draw Teddy Roosevelt as a cartoon. AoM illustrator extraordinaire Ted Slampyak created an old school “how to draw” feature for us that breaks down the process step-by-step.
Last updated: November 3, 2015