28 January 2021
28 January 2021
05 January 2021
20 December 2020
11 April 2019
As Senior Agent, and a Director of Bright since April 2018, Hannah Curtis leads the agency’s Art Licensing and Illustration divisions and truly forms part of the essential fabric of the company - very much the ‘H’ in Bright, if you will.
05 April 2019
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.
27 April 2018
Olga’s artwork reminds me of books from my childhood: Eerie Fairytales, sometimes with a dark undertone, sometimes other-worldly, and now and again just beautifully nostalgic, homely and warm. I think of artists like Kit Williams, who wrote the very famous Masquerade in the 1970s, which I would spend hours looking at, trying to find the clues, and the famous realist painter, Anthony Green, who’s paintings defy the contraints of a rectangle or square, capturing snippets of his life with perspectives all askew. LM
01 March 2018
Jane Newland has a distinctive and extremely eye-catching style. Her illustrations are green and luscious — the fronds of every fern, every leaf are detailed with soft looking textures, like a springy moss or camomile lawn.
27 February 2018
Well it absolutely can be — but it’s also completely up to the individual. As an artist, you can use Instagram to your advantage — it is the perfect visual platform to showcase what you do, and there are some brilliant examples of this, some of which are shown above.
16 February 2018
After another year of unsettling world political and economic shifts, and an exponential growth in the role of the digital in everyday life, design trends for 2018 seem focused on recapturing a sense of what is tangible and secure.
23 November 2017
From small beginnings in 1910, to Transport for London’s contemporary commissioning programme, more than 170 female artists have designed posters for the Capital’s tubes, buses and trams.
25 July 2017
When Anne Moore Armstrong joined Bright as a picture book agent, Becca Stadtlander was one of the first artists Anne approached to join her list at the agency.