Bug Art are a small UK company who have been trading for over 25 years and are internationally recognized as publishers of quality art Originally from York artist Jane Crowther started selling cards at craft fairs in the 90's they sold so well she decided to concentrate on them and Bug Art was born.
Anne is originally from London but now lives in the north of England. She lives near Leeds with her son Leo and partner John. She started her art career as a merchandise designer, designing tour products for bands including Queen and the Rolling Stones. Anne also worked as a jewellery designer and sculptor.She then became a full time freelance illustrator where she worked on a number of book, game and record products, which included producing concept art and illustrations, Her work is now licenced by her and is featured on many items all over the world. She continues to produce new work and has written several books
Gwyneth and Kathy started working together when they were employed by the UK Greetings group and they've been a team now for over ten years, resulting in some exciting creative work. Between them they have a wealth of knowledge of designing for the card and gift industry and love dreaming up new concepts!
Meg Hawkins is an award winning, licensed watercolour artist and homeware designer based in Shropshire with over 20 years experience in the creative industries. After 16 years as a successful photographer and designer, she established Meg Hawkins Art 4 years ago and has now built up a nationally renowned brand.
Alice Caroline's shop grew out of a life-long love of vibrant Liberty prints. As a child she would pore over her grandmother’s stash of quilting fabrics, savouring the bright delights of each new print.
Having completed a PhD in cancer genetics, She started to rediscover her creativity as a maker and designer of dresses, cushions, bags, childrenswear and quilts. Liberty of London Tana Lawn was a natural choice for her projects, with its fine weave, delicate and inventive patterns, intense long-wearing colours, and its traditional English heritage.
Turnowsky is an international design house, established by Walter Turnowsky in Israel in 1940. It will celebrate its 80th anniversary in 2020. It has long led the market for luxury paper products, including greeting cards, calendars, and gift-wrapping paper, and has received more than 110 prizes and awards.
Designed by Sue from her period cottage in the Surrey Hills. The name Sunny comes from her childhood home where she still lives and designs today. Sue’s floral and botanical designs evoke memories of the cottage garden flowers she played among as a child.