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Black History Month: Alleanna Harris for Comcast

12 February 2019

The Harlem Renaissance was an artistic and social explosion of cultural pride that took place in Harlem, New York throughout the 1920s. Considered by many a rebirth of African American art, The Harlem Renaissance included some influential figures such as the poet Langston Hughes, the performer Josephine Baker and jazz musicians like Count Basie and Duke Ellington.

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Product Showcase | Artwork in the wild!

05 February 2019

Artwork created by Bright’s talented artists is licensed for an extraordinarily diverse array of products and applications, with new avenues constantly emerging as the demand for beautiful and engaging design extends into every aspect of daily life.

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Behind the Book: Daddy Fartypants illustrated by Matt Hunt

01 February 2019

This January saw the publication of the hilarious new picture book, Daddy Fartypants, written by Emer Stamp, featuring a very windy bear! We’ve gone behind the scenes of the laugh-your-pants-off story from Orchard Books to find out how the tale of an embarrassed son and his unapologetic Dad was brought to life.

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The Wonderful World of Petr Horácek

16 January 2019

The start of the year is often a time when we see an influx of fresh, new artwork at Bright as energy and inspiration is renewed. This January we welcome renowned author illustrator Petr Horácek to the Bright family with his numinous style and creativity.

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New Bright Books for Spring 2019

07 January 2019

The new year is underway and how better to start 2019 than with beautiful new books! Our talented Bright Artists have been busy bringing an array of new stories to life and we are thrilled to showcase the releases hitting bookshelves this winter.

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Artist Spotlight | Harriet Popham and 'The Line of Beauty'

14 December 2018

Illustrator, pattern designer and embroidery artist, HARRIET POPHAM, shares her passion for the materials and subject matter that shape her unique artistic language, as well her excitement at seeing the fruits of her creativity translated from her studio into the ‘real world’.

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Magnificent Murals | Harriet Popham for Mercure Bridgwater

14 December 2018

Hugely accomplished illustrator and surface pattern designer, HARRIET POPHAM, collaborated with Accor Hotels to create a townscape-inspired mural for the multinational hospitality company’s new Mercure hotel in Bridgwater, Somerset.

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Awards and Accolades of 2018

07 December 2018

What a bumper year for awards 2018 has been! Bright artists have received an array of fantastic accolades and to celebrate the range of talent these awards recognise, we’ve rounded up some of the best highlights from our artists work this year.

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Behind the Book: Santa Claus vs The Easter Bunny by Fred Blunt

30 November 2018

To kick-off the Christmas season, we’ve gone behind-the-scenes of Fred Blunt’s new author illustrated picture book ‘Santa Claus vs The Easter Bunny’, published by Andersen Press. A fun, festive revenge tale — of the chocolatey kind — which pits the scheming Easter Bunny against the jovial, and completely unaware, Santa Claus with mounting hilarity.

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Bright Artists Nominated for the Kate Greenaway Medal

26 November 2018

We’re delighted that six brilliant Bright artists — Benji Davies, David Litchfield, Jarvis, Jenny Løvlie, Laura Hughes and Richard Jones — have been nominated for the Kate Greenaway Medal 2019. It is a huge honour for artists to be recognised by such a prestigious prize; it is one of the oldest children’s book awards in the UK, and also notably one that is dedicated to celebrating illustration in children’s publishing.

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Matthew Taylor Wilson on Community and Creativity

16 November 2018

At The Bright Agency we are passionate about creating a community that inspires and nurtures creativity. We see first-hand that interconnectivity and the process of sharing builds strength and success. But for artists starting out, building a community can be easier said than done.

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