Archive: Sep 2013

  1. Nosy Crow’s First Publishing Conference

    Refreshingly honest, knowledgeable and inspirational – Nosy Crow’s debut publishing conference.                                                                                         […]

  2. Marketing, Novelty, Books – Oh MY! Sue Hendra and her branding

    Published last week! Author/illustrator Sue Hendra’s new book, Doug the Bug, is available for all the kids who love her stories…and bugs with personality. Sue’s new story is a touching one about friendship that’s filled with her memorable vibrant illustrations and quirky characters. Doug and Trevor are best friends who love playing in the garden. But […]

  3. Big Picture Press celebrates illustration

    This month Templar Publishing launched an exciting new imprint – Big Picture Press. The imprint is truly inspired and celebrates children’s illustrations in the publishing industry. Big Picture Press’ fall list exhibits six strong books – filled with illustrations that are visually inspiring and surprising for children, yet accessible for readers of all ages, abilities and nationalities. The […]

  4. Nicola O’Byrne: Working after school

    I graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 2010.  It was a crazy, busy time! I exhibited at D&AD, moved to London to start my MA (Printmaking) course, and was trying to get my illustration career up and running. I had been lucky enough to be highly commended in the Macmillan Prize the same year; […]

  5. M&S engages with consumers through Bright Represents artists!

    Bright Represents has some really exciting news! #TellingTales For the last few weeks, Bright Represents (the advertising and branding arm to the Bright Group) has been working with Marks and Spencer via the Social Media Agency, Profero, to celebrate children’s illustration. Bright constantly works to market and promote our talented bunch of illustrators to a variety of creative […]