You need these bookmarks celebrating women and non-binary artists in your life

Check out the Made By Women x The Gallyry bookmark collaboration, celebrating some of the great artists from history


By Ally Faughnan


For the launch of the Made By Women x The Gallyry bookmarks, our Made By Women series celebrates inspiring artists through conversations with amazing illustrators. Check out the bookmarks over on Etsy.


What happens when two female founded organisations championing women and non-binary people in the arts come together? An explosion of creativity and a couple of bookmarks celebrating art history of course!


From Frida Kahlo to Claude Cahun, we have created bookmarks which aim to inspire and educate you about some of the great artists from history, as well as just looking really cute! Check out all the bookmarks, available now on Etsy.


To celebrate the launch of the Made By Women x The Gallyry bookmarks, we are also going to be launching our Made By Women series on The Gallyry, which celebrates inspiring artists through conversations with amazing illustrators. Get a sneak peek at some of the creatives who came together for this collaboration.


Courtesy of Made By Women

Fernanda Peralta on Frida Kahlo


São Paulo artist Fernanda Peralta created an illustration of Mexican icon and artist Frida Kahlo.


Rachael Siddall on Artemisia Gentileschi


Print-maker Rachael Siddall created an illustration of the great Italian Baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi.


Courtesy of Made By Women

Mahalia Curtis-Lundberg on Anni Albers


Artist, designer, and poet Mahalia Curtis-Lundberg created an illustration of the Bauhaus textile artist Anni Albers.


Alice Buckingham on Claude Cahun


Illustrator and animator Alice Buckingam created an illustration of French photographer, sculptor, and writer Claude Cahun.


Courtesy of Made By Women

Dada on Tamara de Lempicka


Illustrator Dada created an illustration of the inspirational Art Deco painter Tamara de Lempicka.


Keep an eye out for the Made By Women series on The Gallyry and check out the bookmarks over on Etsy.