Cindy Kang’s phenomenal illustration work can now be seen in Linn Martinsen’s Therapy Toolkit: Sixty Cards for Self-Exploration, which has been published by Laurence King Publishing.
Angel Chang has illustrated a series of editorial pieces for The Washington Post, showcasing themes of loneliness, disconnect and change.
Bright Artist Adele Leyris’ work for the cover of The Plant Hunter was unveiled this month over on Welbeck Publishing’s Twitter channel, showcasing the beautiful design as well as an insight into the amazing embroidery work that brought the cover to life. The Plant Hunter, written by T.L. Mogford releases February 2022.
You can see more of Adele Leyris’ work in her portfolio HERE
Bright Artist Sam Prentice was featured in June’s edition of Elle Decoration. His editorial illustration accompanied an article by Eva Wiseman about the importance of watching interior design television shows.
You can see more of Sam’s work in his portfolio here: https://thebrightagency.com/uk/illustration/artists/sam-prentice
Bright Artist Andy (Anne) Passchier was commissioned by Disney+ to create this gorgeous Pride artwork based on the character Peter Pan.
Andy’s artwork was featured on the Disney + social media as part of their pride month series celebrating queer art and queer artists.
You can see more of Andy’s work in their portfolio here:
Bright Artist Jane Newland has designed a gorgeous cover for the London Wildlife Trust’s new book ‘London in the Wild’.
Jane’s illustrations bring the capital’s green spaces to life, full of intricate details and London sites nestled amongst verdant trees.
‘London in the Wild’ will be published by Kyle Books in March 2022.
See more from Jane here: https://thebrightagency.com/uk/illustration/artists/jane-newland
The Bright Agency is celebrating five artists making the World Illustration Awards 2021 Longlist. Cathrin Peterslund, Howard Gray, Hannah Tolson, Jocelyn Kao and Oliver Averill were nominated in the Children’s Publishing and Exploration categories, showcasing an amazing range of illustrative styles and subjects.
Following a year of investment and growth in the face of the pandemic, the Bright Agency is proud to announce the launch of a new website, and the re-branding of its divisions.
David Litchfield has appeared on the Indie Book Awards 2021 Shortlist not just once, but twice, taking two of the six coveted spots on the list.