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Lockdown Art | Suzanne Washington

14 August 2020

For Suzanne Washington, the UK Covid lockdown was an opportunity for her to experiment with developing her style. Like many people, Suzanne found the lockdown a time of intense creativity. We caught up with Suzanne to find out how her art has changed and what about lockdown helped her find her style.

Behind the Book | Izzy Burton

24 July 2020

Izzy Burton’s debut picture book The Wonder Tree is full of her gorgeous illustrations, showcasing her amazing use of colour, composition and light. Already an award-winning and BAFTA-nominated animator and director, Izzy takes us behind the scenes of her process of illustrating a picture book, demonstrating just how she created such a magical world. Written by Teresa Heapy and published by Egmont, The Wonder Tree is out now.

Bright Books for Summer 2020!

01 July 2020

The summer months are in full swing and along with the sunshine comes lots of dazzling new titles from Bright authors and illustrators. Here’s what is publishing in the UK this season.

Behind the Book | Chris Jevons

26 June 2020

Chris Jevons’ latest picture book is full of comical characters and cheeky charm. We caught up with Chris to find out about his artist journey and the brilliance behind his hilarious new book 101 Bums (written by Sam Harper, published by Hodder Children’s Books).

Update from the Bright Agency

26 May 2020

Below is an update from Bright Founder and Director Vicki Willden-Lebrecht on the work we’re doing on the behalf of our artists and authors, and some of the changes we’ve made in response to the continued pandemic.

Behind the Book | Richard Jones

14 May 2020

Perdu is the debut author-illustrated picture book by Richard Jones — illustrator of the international bestseller The Snow Lion. Published by Simon & Schuster Children’s UK this spring, it is a poignant tale about a little lost dog alone in the city, beautifully brought to life in Richard’s stunning, heartfelt artwork. The Guardian celebrated it by describing how its ‘delicate pathos and warmth imbue it with a salutary sense of reassurance’.

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