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Each month we spend time analysing which of our Bridgeman Studio images are licensing best of all. We also hear regular reports from our Account Managers across our four offices about what they're looking for, what's hot and which forthcoming projects they need to source images for.

In order to ensure that Bridgeman Studio is able to provide the best content for our clients, we update this page regularly with specific content that we're looking for from our existing artists, or even new artists who think they fit the bill!


Images we're looking for right now!

Seasonal Imagery

Images which celebrate a particular religious festival or holiday. Think of new ways to represent this image. It doesn't need to be overtly-religious, rather it should have a spiritual or celebratory feel to it. These images are primarily used for greetings cards, but are frequently used for religious publications too.

  • Easter 2015
  • Diwali 2015
  • Thanksgiving 2015
  • Christmas 2015

Contemporary Religious Content

  • Christian art
  • Jewish art (particularly with reference to Hannukah)
  • Contemporary images of Madonna and crucifixions

 Images with a masculine feel, suitable for a greetings card

  • Boats
  • Sport (With an American-bias such as baseball, basketball, ice hockey or American football)

Graphic Art

  • Urban scenes
  • Geometric and angular compositions
  • Graffitti works
  • Graphics focused on typography

Fine Art Photography

  • Famous landmarks re-imagined
  • Famous landmarks and cities from new perspectives


Patterns for surface design, packaging, wallpaper and wrapping paper. We want patterns which have a fresh, bold, contemporary feel.

  • Print repeats
  • Illustrative patterns
  • Graphic patterns

Keep checking back for our updated Wish List and find our what our best-selling images have been recently.

For clients looking for topical inspiration, take a look at Bridgeman Images's Anniversary Pages which are full of images covering forthcoming events, anniversaries and celebrations for 2014 and 2015.


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