The Bright Agency is a collective of specialist agents that work in children’s publishing, art licensing, design illustration, advertising, and developing strategic ways to represent global talent. Responding to the demand for artwork that transcends international communication barriers, Bright Illustration excels in finding elegant, creative solutions for advertising, editorial, branding, packaging, and character design projects.

Check out some of their artists below!

Lucia Catellani is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer based in Italy. After studying for her BA in Visual Art in Venice, she went on to complete an MA in Graphic Design at Chelsea College of Art and Design. Lucia has developed branding and packaging projects for restaurants, shops, farms, and festivals for almost a decade, where is always aiming to create unique visual identities while developing her illustrative voice.

Cindy Kang is an artist, illustrator, and daydreamer born and raised in Seoul, Korea. Her works are inspired by places she lives in or visits, people she meets, her feelings, and precious little objects. Combining digital techniques and traditional media, she illustrates heartwarming moments in various styles.
Georgie McAusland is a British illustrator based in both Barcelona and London. Using a variety of artistic mediums that include monoprinting, ceramics, gouache, and ink, Georgie’s artistic style is uniquely captivating. Some of her key clients are Penguin Random House, for whom she created both a cover for the book “Labels & Other Stories” and an installation at “The Queen’s Gallery,” and Cicada Books, which she worked with to develop and illustrate the book “Motherlode – a Journal for New Mothers.”
Nuno Ramalhão’s work is characterized by the use of traditional mediums like pencil and pen, attention to composition and detail, and colorful designs. Nuno also aims to utilize new technology by combining traditional drawing with digital illustration. As Nuno has developed work for several British movies and TV series, his illustrations can be spotted in internationally-acclaimed programs such such as The End Of The F***ing World, Swimming With Men, and more.

Adele Leyris is a Franco-English illustrator that balances the harmonies of botanical and organic forms with the boldness of modern colors. Adele’s work takes on new dimensions while expressesing her key values of sustainability, animal protection, diversity, inclusion and adventure. Adele loves working with independent lifestyle brands that span everything from organic teas and vegan ciders to natural skincare and ethical fashion.

Matthew Hancock is an illustrator and designer from London. His work covers a broad spectrum of styles and media, drawing inspiration from a love of history, literature, and critical theory. His collages juxtapose found imagery with typography – as well as paint, ink, pencil and charcoal – to create striking and thought-provoking compositions.