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Kew Gardens | Eva Chatelain

22 January 2020

Kew Gardens is known and loved by Londoners as a wonderful retreat into nature, and many a hazy summer afternoon can be spent wandering the leafy paths and stopping to smell the flowers – literally!

Indie Book of the Month | Laura Hughes

20 January 2020

Bright Artist Laura Hughes has kicked off 2020 with a brilliant new picture book. We’re delighted that The Bear Who Did has been picked as the Indie Book of the Month for January by the Booksellers Association Children’s Bookselling Group. Written by Louise Greig and published by Egmont, it’s a rollicking rhyming story about two bears, a jar of honey and the consequences of not sharing…

Embroidery & Illustration | Adele Leyris

16 January 2020

Bright Artist Adele Leyris specialises in bold and colourful artwork, and often mixes media by using embroidery to her illustrations. Last year, she ran a workshop at the London Illustration Fair called ‘Embroidered Tattoos’ which introduced people to this unusual technique.

New Bright Books for Spring 2020

14 January 2020

2020 is here, and it’s full of brilliant new books! We’ve got the latest title from award-winning author and illustrator Yasmeen Ismail, as well as the January Indie Book of the Month illustrated by Laura Hughes. There are also two cracking debut author-illustrated picture books from Viola Wang and Holly Sterling. Meanwhile, we’ve got sequels to the highly-acclaimed fiction titles BOOT and Darkwhisper, and the brilliant Fred Blunt has teamed up with Kes Gray for new picture book The Diddle That Dummed .

Wonder & Bloom | Victoria Ball for Galison

10 January 2020

One of Victoria Ball’s colourful patch-work flower shop illustration has been made into a puzzle for Galison! Victoria’s detailed and intricate illustration makes for a perfect puzzle, creating a picture of a welcoming black lab standing at the front door of the flower shop to greet customers.

Behind the Book | Fiona Woodcock

07 January 2020

Bright Artist Fiona Woodcock’s The Snow Dragon has been spreading joy far and wide over Christmas and into the New Year. Written by Abi Elphinstone and published by Simon & Schuster, it tells the story of Phoebe, who lives with her sausage dog in Griselda Bone’s gloomy orphanage, where Christmas is well and truly cancelled. But just when things seem at their bleakest, magic awaits in the swirling, snow-filled air…

Awards and Accolades 2019

19 December 2019

2019 has been a super busy and super successful year for our Bright artists and authors. We are thrilled with the wide range of awards and accolades they’ve won, celebrating the diverse and wonderful talent of our Bright family. Take a peek at these champs below!

Bright Christmas Party 2019

18 December 2019

One of the highlights of our year is our Christmas Party, where we get the whole Bright family together. We love gathering our artists, authors, employees and friends all in one place to boogie the night away! Thank you everyone who came and raised a glass - we hope you all had a fabulous evening. We’ve collected some of our favourite snaps from the evening for you below.

Save the Children | Wonderbooks

11 December 2019

Wonderbooks is the amazing new children’s books subscription service from Save the Children. They aim to make children’s world a little bigger and a little better with real-life bedtime stories inspired by children around the world. We are very proud that three Bright artists were picked to illustrate the launch titles.

Behind the Book | Jennie Poh

04 December 2019

This month, we’re going behind the book of The Pirate Tree illustrated by Bright artist Jennie Poh, written by Brigita Orel and published by Lantana, an award-winning children’s book publisher of BAME authors and illustrators.

Introducing Rachael Presky

14 November 2019

Rachael Presky is a freelance Illustrator living just outside of London, UK. Rachael originally studied for a degree in Biomedical Sciences but completed a Masters in Graphic Design in 2017.

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