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Publishing this Month: March

01 March 2021

We have a tremendous selection of titles out this March, including Ben Mantle’s debut author-illustrated tale of amphibian differences Frog vs Toad, and Struan Murphy’s second instalment in the Orphans of the Tide series, illustrated by Manuel Šumberac. Check out the full line up for the rest of the month below!

In the Studio with Paddy Donnelly

24 February 2021

Paddy Donnelly is an Irish illustrator and author whose work spans picture books and fiction titles. Paddy has a fondness for illustrating animals and the sea in his signature textured approach, injecting a touch of humour to his work wherever he can. We caught up with Paddy to discuss the creative process behind his sixth picture book, Here Be Dragons (Frances Lincoln Children’s Books) published this month, which follows the story of a young knight on a quest to slay a dragon…

Artist Focus | Jessica Smith

24 February 2021

Jessica Smith is an English illustrator who enjoys playing with shapes, shadows and layering her work to create fun and bold imagery. Jessica’s style is vibrant and decorative - but if you look a little closer you’re bound to find hidden meaning laced throughout. Read on to find out more about Jess and her illustrations in the Q&A below…

El Primo Ramón for Honey & So

17 February 2021

Last year, Bright illustrator El Primo Ramón created the gorgeous packaging design for Yemeni honey brand Honey & So. His artwork can now be found adorning the Sidr honey products for sale on their website. We caught up with Ramón to find out more about his creative process for the Honey & So packaging.

Happy Chinese New Year!

11 February 2021

It’s Chinese New Year, and we are so happy to celebrate the beginning of the Year of the Ox with you all! We hope 2021 brings you prosperity and opportunities, just like the zodiac sign itself.

Artist Focus | Raquel Marín

10 February 2021

Raquel Marín is a Spanish graphic designer with a love of typography. Her illustrations are full of letters which she herself designs, alongside clean imagery and detailed hand-drawn elements. She has designed book covers, magazines, cans, logos, wine bottles, chocolate boxes and more. By mixing illustration and typography, she provides her designs with a unique and distinctive touch, and creates messages with a great visual impact.

Publishing this Month: February

01 February 2021

We have got an exciting round-up of new book releases from our authors and artists out this month. Starting off February, we have a hair-raising selection of creature features with Here Be Dragons illustrated by Paddy Donnelly and Fred Blunt’s Lionel the Lonely Monster.

Artist Focus | Anna Kuptsova

28 January 2021

Anna Kuptsova is an illustrator and creative designer based in Europe. Over last 12 years she has collaborated with various international agencies, magazines and individual clients creating unique and eye-catching digital illustrations. She is known for her vivid, romantic, and thought-provoking art style. Anna often draws her inspiration from nature, classic and modern cinematography, science fiction and her favorite music. Find out more about her in our Q&A below:

Artist Focus | Gerry Selian

14 January 2021

I always knew that I liked to draw ever since I was a kid and never really considered doing anything else. Even my family understood that and supported it, I guess it’s only natural for me to follow this path.

Hannah Clair for Pomplamoose Music Video

05 January 2021

Bright Artist Hannah Clair started her illustration career in 2019 after graduating with a BA Hons in illustration and Animation, and this year saw the release of her first professional project; an animated music video for Pomplamoose Music. Hannah did the art and the direction for the video, collaborating with animator David Scott Kessler to create the beautiful visuals for the track Invisible People. We caught up with her to find out about her work and process, and what it was like to work on this project.

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