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The London Studio expands its collaboration with Carousel Calendars

Art licensing and design studio, The London Studio has confirmed a further two collaborations with Carousel Calendars.

Following the success of its bespoke artwork for the 2024 RSPB Family Organiser, published by Carousel Calendars, The London Studio has been commissioned again for the 2025 edition.

Anna Andrews, a member of The London Studio group of artists and a professional illustrator and book designer for over 20 years well-known for her art celebrating the natural world, is again creating the designs for a Family Organiser that celebrates the largest nature conservation charity in the country.

The 2024 theme is Reflections. The theme for 2025 will be Woodland.

In addition, Carousel has also licensed The Happiness Club for a 2024 Happiness Planner diary and wall calendar. The products have already had such a good response that Carousel has also licensed the brand for next year – with plans to expand distribution from the UK to worldwide for the 2025 edition.

“We are delighted to be working with The London Studio & Anna Andrews for a second year for our RSPB Household Planner,” said Louisa Skevington, product licensing manager at RSPB. “Anna’s bright, characterful style works really well for the family audience of the calendar, and this year’s Reflections theme has been an engaging way to represent some fantastic species found along our rivers and coasts. The Woodland theme for 2025 is another wonderful celebration of UK wildlife and we are looking forward to seeing the response from our customers.”

Founder and director of The London Studio, Soula Zavacopoulos, added: “It’s always rewarding to be able to show clients the diversity of our offering, and our latest work with Carousel Calendars has been a wonderful opportunity to do show our strengths both as a hub for artists and as a brand creator. We are thrilled to be collaborating with this major name in calendar publishing on these two very different – and very exciting – projects.”

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