Crocodile Creek, a children’s product company, is looking for great Passover art that might make great puzzles for children and families
Mel Brown, the founder, co-owner and creative director of Crocodile Creek is also an artist member of the Jewish Art Salon.
Crocodile Creek is a well established children’s toy and product company based in the U.S. that sells and distributes their products in over 50 countries around the world, working not only with specialty stores, but also with major retailers like Whole Foods, Target, Barnes and Noble and TJMax. The Crocodile Creek website is www.CrocodileCreek.com
For any art accepted for use by Crocodile Creek, a license agreement would be drawn up, and the artist would receive an $750 advance and a 2% royalty.
If you are interested in getting more information about the project and about guidelines for submitting art, please contact MelBrown@CrocodileCreek.com