6/22/21

What happens when you put toy inventor Riley and our artists together? You get amazing toy inventions, ready to license.

Remember last week when I showed you some sneak peeks of toys that our Toy, Game and Entertainment agent and brilliant toy inventor, Riley Wilkinson, has worked on with our artists? Pull up a chair and get ready to swoon because we’ve got some more art-driven toy sneak peeks to share.

 

We know that the future in toy and game is all about a more sophisticated millennial customer, looking for beautiful art-driven toys. That’s what we believe in, and that’s what we’ve got for you. Check out our sneak peeks here.

 

Contact us to assign or license art. We’re happy to help you find the perfect artist or gorgeous images for your project!

 

See these charming children’s products illustrated by Helen Dardik? Join Riley and me for my newest course, My Toy Pitch. We’ll teach you how make your own art-driven toys and games ready to pitch. Class starts July 5th. Don’t miss out! Read more here.
Above: Riley Wilkinson and me
Above: Products illustrated by Helen Dardik

 

It’s time to till the soil and prune those leaves. This set of horticultural activity cards, illustrated by Sarah Walsh, will give plant lovers the knowledge they need to get planting! Contact Riley to learn more or simply reply to this email. Available for license.

 

Welcome to the world of The Hoppingtons! This character concept includes a family of adorable bunnies who are in development. Product concepts include figurines with outfits, dollhouse and furnishings, a vehicle, wall clock, and a magical carry-along terrarium, as well as a Memory Match game.
Contact Riley to learn more or simply reply to this email. Available for license.

 

Gorgeous art by Bambi Ramsey transforms the classic game of snakes & ladders into a tropical treat for kids. Game includes some delightful, surprising player pieces. Contact Riley to learn more or simply reply to this email. Available for license.

 

This beautiful game concept is inspired by the classic stacking play pattern. Children practice their sequencing skills as they balance their sushi stacks in the correct order. Contact Riley to learn more or simply reply to this email. Available for license.

 

I hope you enjoyed the show! Check out our site to see more.
Want great art for your project? Don’t hesitate to contact us. We’d be delighted to assist you with any of your art needs.
xo
Lilla
Agent, Artist, Author
Founder, Lilla Rogers Studio
Co-Founder, Make Art That Sells

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