Archive: Jul 2014

  1. Today I’ll Mostly Be… Looking at the Du Jour Card Range

    We get samples of new card ranges in pretty often and it is always exciting but the other day we got in a huge box filled with the amazing Du Jour range by Noel Tatt! Have a look at some of the incredible cards that Lola Design created for this spectacular collection. If you like […]

  2. Bright Authors Adam & Charlotte Guillain give us the inside scoop!

    These talented writers are some of the biggest in the business. Adam & Charlotte are driven by a desire to write books that make children and adults alike ROAR with laughter and they have grown from strength to strength within the Bright family. This week, we caught up with the dynamic couple to ask a […]

  3. Fabulously Crafty

    Attention all crafty-creatives! Our artist Fab Funky has been featured on “Not Your Grandmother’s Needlepoint” for her playful new series of Needlepoint designs available through Bedecked and Bedazzled.

  4. New Artists for Bright Represents

    Here at Bright Represents we are delighted to announce a host of new talented artists have recently joined our Bright family. Willa Gebbie Fiona Woodcock Dan Taylor Matt Hunt Kirsten Ulve Luke Flowers

  5. July 2014 Artist of the Month: Jamie Pogue

    Bright is delighted to announce July’s ‘Artist of the Month’ is the incredibly talented and diligent U.S. artist Jamie Pogue! Since joining Bright Jamie has worked with enthusiasm and total commitment producing brilliant work for the educational market. HisĀ ‘can do’ attitude and approach is an example to all budding illustrators – he always delivers on […]

  6. Bright Beginnings – Jen Hill’s first 2 months!

    We caught up with Bright artist Jen Hill to discuss her first 2 months representation and overall Bright experience so far…   Since joining Bright I have enjoyed plenty of communication, encouragement, art direction and, most importantly, new work opportunities. My agents are wonderfully communicative and responsive. While it is common practice for many agents […]