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Artists Wanted!

artists wanted

Ever wondered how Flamingo Paperie find their artists? If you have ever thought your work might look good on a card then you’ll be interested to know that it’s Artists Wanted time.

What sort of artwork fits the Flamingo Paperie artists wanted profile?

Flamingo Paperie artwork is a real mixture of fun, contemporary and fine art. It’s difficult to say exactly what they are looking for because trends and fashions change. The easiest place to start might be to look at our current range to give you an idea.

Or see my latest video with a snapshot of the Christmas range from 2017.

How do I submit my work to Flamingo Paperie?

You can post your artwork to them at Artist Submissions
Flamingo Paperie
60 High Street
Wimbledon Village
SW19 5EE
Or you can email robin@flamingopaperie.co.uk.

Flamingo Paperie will consider ‘paper’ copies of artwork or digital artwork. Though I know first hand that the creative director loves to receive ‘real’ artwork through the post!

What happens after I’ve submitted my artwork?

Once you submit your artwork to Flamingo Paperie, they will send feedback on whether they think your work is what they are looking for. If you are successful then Flamingo Paperie shortlist your work on to a survey that the creative team get to vote on!

So get out those paints and brushes, go on – give it a go! Or pick up the phone and get that artist friend of yours to send her work in. Tell Flamingo I’m the one who told you that there were artists wanted and when you let me know that the artist is successful, I’ll send you something to say thank you. Good luck, hope to see your work in the next product survey!

If you’d like to know more about our current artists then take a look at the artist profiles of Alison Vickery, Alison Hullyer, Julia Rigby and Amanda Loverseed.

View the artists terms and conditions here.

 

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  4. Hello.
    My name is Tina Spong I am a hobby artist. Art has always been a big part of my life. I love to doddle play around with mixed media. My special area of interests are with wildlife, flowers.
    Could you please tell me, with new artwork what sort of media do you generally like to receive it in. e.g watercolours , inks, etc.

    1. I have sent you an email Tina x

  5. I am interested in creating some designs for the new company. Can you advise what size you would like these produced as and if there are any particular categories/gaps in your market?
    Thanks

    1. Jenny, that’s great! You will need to contact the company directly. Please email info@flamingopaperie.co.uk and they will get back to you. Good luck!

  6. Any guidelines for artists submissions yet? What they are looking for, what the y don’t want, preferrred medium etc?

    1. There is nothing official that we’ve been given to give out to hopeful artists but if you email robin@flamingopaperie.co.uk she would happily send you some info.

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