Gorjuss already has a following among crafters, digital artists and collectors of fine art prints. The artworks feature sweet stripy-socked female characters, wildlife, plants and other natural imagery, and childhood toys. They are pictured in heartfelt situations, often with tender titles that resonate with children and adults.
Woolcott has exhibited worldwide and already licenses her work, including to Scottish firm Sugar Nellie for character stamps.
Santoro aims to develop Gorjuss as a brand across product categories including stationery and greetings cards, children's books and publishing, collectibles, bedroom décor/art, jewelry and brooches/lockets, bone china, mugs, nostalgic gifts, bags and purses, arts and crafts and apparel.
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