About Us

Marilyn Monroe
J Edgar Hoover
Hugh Hefner
Yvonne DeCarlo
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Louie Armstrong
Carol O'Conner
Bob Hope
Muhammad Ali

Lenn produced over 200,000 caricatures and other works of art during his 50+ years as a professional artist. Most pieces hang in the homes of his clients throughout the world. If you have a piece of Lenn’s art or a story about Lenn, we hope you’ll share it. We’ll be collecting as many images and stories as we can and sharing them on this site.

Lenn retained a personal collection of Fine Art, Caricature Art, Fine Art Caricatures, Animation Art, Commercial Art and Vintage Books, Photographs and reference materials from the 1930’s thru the 1980’s. He left his entire collection to his son, Mark.

Mark along with a knowledgeable group of advisors believe the collection to be of historic signifigance. We’ve begun to catalog the large volume of assorted pieces of art, correspondence and collected media. Brenau University in Gainesville, Georgia will be working with us to catalog, research, and archive the collection. We’ll keep you abreast of the students progress via our blog, facebook & twitter pages and this website.

Our goal is to create a legacy for Lenn and an organization his heirs can utilize to assure Lenn’s art, his love for teaching and his message of world peace, be carried on for generations to come.

The following sites have been formed as a part of this vision:


This site provides viewers with a biographical narrative of Lenn and his work. The archiving process performed by the Brenau University students will be chronicled here. As the artwork is cataloged, it will be added to this site. Please check back often and be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest discovery.


This company was originally started by Lenn to publish and sell his ‘What Am I?’ Series of books and artwork. We continue to sell Lenn’s artwork and books. Image licensing is also available. The number of images continues to increase as the Brenau University students catalog the collection. Please check back often to see what’s new.

The Lenn Redman Family Foundation

We’ve begun the formation of a 501c3 non-profit entity to support Education and the Arts. The focus is artistic expression and includes art as a tool for communicating multiple topics to various populations, both educationally and therapeutically. If you’re interested in learning more about the foundation and how you can help, please contact us.