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Category Archive: Bright Art Licensing (Greeting cards blog)

  1. Jessica Smith Chats to Ohh Deer’s Amy Lesko

       GOUACHE GIRL – JESSICA SMITH Today we are sitting down with the colourful and cheery illustrator Jessica Smith! Jess talks about her enjoyment from working with children’s illustration and her love of the Muji gel pen. Hey there Jess! Let’s start at the beginning – how have you become the creative you are today? […]

  2. Bright Journeys: Becca Stadtlander

    When Anne Moore Armstrong joined Bright as a picture book agent, Becca Stadtlander was one of the first US artists Anne approached to join her list at the agency. Becca received her BFA in illustration from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2010. Using watercolor and gouache, her eclectic, sometimes primitive scenes showcase texture, color, pattern, and intricacy unique to […]

  3. The Annual Bright Artists Picnic 2017!

    We love an excuse to party at Bright, and the annual summer picnic is one of our favourite events, held each year for our artists — a wonderful way for us to meet in person, and particularly for those artists and team members new to the fold. We were blessed with glorious weather, perfect for […]

  4. Instagram for Illustrators: Here’s How to Make it Work for YOU

    Artists shown here, in rows from left to right: David Litchfield, Gemma Correll, Fiona Woodcock, John Bond, Kate Pugsley, Maya Ish Shalom, Becca Stadtlander, Oliver Jeffers, Owen Davey, Richard Jones, Aura Lewis, Jane Newland, Jon Klassen, Benji Davies, Jean Julien, Mike Lowery. Exactly what constitutes a great Instagram account, and is it important in terms of […]

  5. The AOI: Investing in Illustration

    When you embark upon a career, there is usually an organisation, be it government run, or an independent body, there to make sure you are paid correctly and the conditions under which you work are fair and just. The Association of Illustrators (AOI) was set up as the trade association for illustration to be a […]

  6. BAL at Progressive Greetings Live 2017

    Bright Art Licensing have been flying at warp speed this year, with some incredible coverage for Bright artists in the best licensing literature out there. PG Live is our third big trade show of the year, and it’s been a ball! Here are our highlights. Featured here: Brand new greetings card ranges for Noel Tatt by Chester […]

  7. Bright Lights at Surtex 2017

    Bright Art Licensing Agents, Hannah Curtis and Fiona Kenny flew out to the States last week to hit the ground running at one of the biggest trade shows for art and design, Surtex. “Now in its 31st year, SURTEX® is the global B2B marketplace for sourcing original art & design—where artists, art agents, designers, licensors, art […]

  8. Bright Makes a Splash in Art & Design Licensing Sourcebook 2017

    This year Bright artists feature throughout the pages of the Art & Design Licensing Sourcebook 2017. With trade shows such as Surtex and PG Live just around the corner, we are extremely proud to report that our artists are making a splash across the board. Book Your Meeting Here Page 5 — The Cover Story Featuring… Maya Ish Shalom […]

  9. Bright Artist Clover Robin Designs New Sausage Branding!

    MOR is the new, healthier, sausage brand and packaging designed by Ape Creative, a specialist design and branding agency for food businesses. Produced by Walkers Sausage Co, the brand launched this week in 400+ Tesco stores. Early in 2016, Walkers Sausage Co asked Ape Creative to create a brand for a healthier sausage.When the UK […]

  10. Why Rights and Royalties Matter

      Bright’s Contracts Manager Sandra Tharumalingam Willmer is excited about the rights and royalties opportunities Bright artists have, and the evolving changes within the publishing industry for authors and illustrators. “Our main aim is to make a contract work harder for each of our artists and authors. Both in terms of the rights we license […]

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