Month: April 2015

Here is another great way you can get involved in the Bridgeman Studio Award Competition – “The Great Outdoors”. YOU COULD WIN:  Win yourself a £50 Gift Voucher from CultureLabel.com and a Bridgeman Images “Alice in Wonderland” Tote bag.   THE CAMPAIGN:  #MyGreatOutdoors HOW TO ENTER: Take a picture of yourself holding our #MyGreatOutdoors poster in an outdoor situation anywhere in the world. Then post your image…

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Artists and creatives, get ready to win fantastic prizes and professional representation of your work. Bridgeman Images have launched the second annual Bridgeman Studio Award to source new talent for their online platform for contemporary image licensing in collaboration with Creative Review. The theme for this year’s competition is The Great Outdoors.  The judging panel will be looking for high-quality, digital images which sum up exploration,…

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  Katie Edwards won the inaugural Bridgeman Studio Award in 2014, a new scheme to uncover emerging image-making talent supported by Creative Review. As this year’s competition is announced, Katie gives her thoughts on the Bridgeman Studio experience so far. Katie is an English illustrator living in London who studied Graphic Arts and Design at Leeds Metropolitan University. Katie won for her imaginative  interpretation on…

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Gallipoli Campaign 25 April 1915 – 9 January 1916 The Gallipoli Campaign was one of the Allies’ major disasters of  World War One. Carried out between 25th April 1915 and 9th January 1916 on the Gallipoli peninsula in the Ottoman Empire, the doomed campaign was spearheaded by Winston Churchill in the hope of creating a new war-front that the Ottomans could not cope with. The…

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It’s National Pet Month, an annual celebration of our furry friends, beloved birds, amphibious acquaintances and everything in between! This year National Pet Month is running from 01 April – 04 May, and in honour of this occasion we’re sharing a collection of some of our favourite paintings of canine companions. (Don’t worry cat lovers, there’ll be a post for you too!) People have been depicting domestic…

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