Brett Bower – “Creativity is a muscle that needs to be stretched”
Based – Sydney

Brett Bower is an award winning, international animator whose professional career has spanned over 30 years. Brett believes all people are innately creative and he enjoys the challenge of fostering creative thinking on practically any topic. Highly sought after, Brett Bower has spoken and illustrated his way around the world from his home town of Sydney throughout Australia, New Zealand, the UK, North America and Asia.

The variety of Brett’s animations are truly remarkable, spanning in-house animations for the Scooby Doo cartoons through to railway safety signs for the London Olympics. His multiple television appearances include the Today Show, Australian Idol and The Circle. In the corporate arena Brett has worked with Apple, Samsung, Wacom, Nintendo and most recently Microsoft in a showcase of their latest digital tablet technology.

Brett supports several charities and has twice been the Ambassador for Autism Spectrum Australia. His ongoing relationship supporting Ronald McDonald House has now surpassed fifteen consecutive years.

Brett’s artwork adorns many fridges and walls worldwide.

Stibo Systems said:
“Brett is a good caricaturist. His work attracted quite a few people to our booth at the recent conference.”

Expeditors said:
“fantastic drawings, super friendly made everyone feel comfortable”

Commonwealth Bank said:
“super quick turnaround
amazing job based on our photos and description

The Boston Consulting Group Pty. Ltd said:
“Very efficient, friendly, creative and understand their client”

Brett Anthony Bower trading as Sand Art Productions.
Jannali NSW 2226 Australia  ABN91 380 827 463


Terms and Conditions 
Performance fees must be received in full prior to any stage performance or event appearance. Artwork is strictly COD unless a 7 day account has been issued.
We will make every effort to ensure your purchase is delivered within 5 to 10 working days to the address specified during the purchase process. For WA, Far North QLD, NT, and remote country areas please allow an extra 2-3 days for delivery.
Returns policy for printed or hand drawn artwork
If you would like to return an item, please email us at within 7 days of receiving your artwork, stating your reason for wishing to return the item as well as the collection date and address.  We will schedule a courier to collect the artwork and send you a confirmation email.  We will refund your purchase after the artist has received and checked the item. We will do everything we can to process refunds quickly, but please allow up to 10 working days.
Duties of the Illustrator
The parties agree that the Illustrator must:
(a) Perform the key service responsibilities set out in schedule 1;
(b) Exercise all due care, skill and attention in providing the Services;
(c) Do all things necessary to ensure that the Services are provided to the reasonable satisfaction of the Principal;
(d) Ensure that the Services are carried out in a proficient manner by professionally trained and qualified staff;
(e) Comply with all legal requirements as may from time to time apply to the provision of the Services; and
(f) Ensure that the Services are rendered in compliance with any relevant codes, standards and regulations.
Duration of Term
The parties agree that the Illustrator must carry out and perform the Services during the days and at the times set out in schedule
1. The scope of the Services required may change with changes in the Principal’s operations and the contract scope and contract amount may be varied using the agreed rates of pay within this agreement.
The Principal must, on or before the commencement date, deliver to the Illustrator a bank cheque, cash or electronic funds transfer remittance advice evidencing the transfer of funds to the Illustrator in accordance with the deposit set out in schedule 1.
Payment and Invoicing
(a) Subject to the Illustrator performing the services in accordance with the terms of this agreement, the Principal shall pay the Illustrator the contact amount in accordance with the rates of pay in the manner and at the times set out in schedule 1 and provided for in this agreement.
(b) Where the Illustrator is entitled to invoice the Principal for all or part of the amount owed to the Illustrator, such invoices must be paid by the Principal within thirty (14) days of receipt of invoice.  The Principal reserves the right to question any invoice presented, require correction of any error and receive a refund of any overpayment, regardless of when the overpayment occurred.
Intellectual Property 
The Illustrator owns anything that the Illustrator publishes, makes, discovers or develops:
(a) In connection with the performance of the Services; or
(b) By using confidential information, to which they are the absolute or beneficial owner of, after the expiry or termination of this agreement. The Illustrator, subject to this agreement, may use in any manner it thinks fit any work or subject matter published, made, discovered, developed or conceived by the Illustrator in the performance of the Services (“Works”). The Principal will do all things and sign all documents the Illustrator requires to obtain, maintain or enforce the Illustrator’s intellectual property rights in relation to the Works. The Illustrator will pay any costs reasonably incurred by the Principal in complying with this clause.
(a) In consideration of the Principal paying the Illustrator the contract amount set out in schedule 1, the Illustrator will grant to the Principal an exclusive non transferrable licence to copy, publish, sell or otherwise use the Works in the course of its business in Australia in respect of the whole or any part of the works for the period set out in schedule 2 (“Licence”).
(b) In consideration of the Licence the Principal may also pay to the Illustrator a fee as agreed upon by the parties and set out in schedule 2 which will become due and payable on the first day of each and every month.
(c) This clause shall survive the expiry of the term of this agreement set out in schedule 1 together with any other term which by its nature is intended to do so.
Obligations of the Principal
(a) During the licence term, the Principal must:
(i) Promptly advise the Illustrator of any litigation or arbitration or threat of litigation or arbitration which may involve the Works;
(ii) If requested by the Illustrator, keep the Illustrator advised of the progress of any litigation or arbitration involving the Works. In particular, the Principal must take into account and adhere to the views of the Illustrator in relation to the conduct
or settlement of any such litigation; and
(iii) For the purposes of this clause the Principal must provide to the Illustrator, at the request of the Illustrator, copies of any documents or other material including legal advice relating to such litigation or arbitration.
(b) The Principal must not:
(i) Assign all or any of their rights given to them under this agreement without the prior written consent of the Illustrator; (ii) Sell, offer to sell or licence the Works to any other party, other than in accordance with this agreement; or
(iii) Hold itself out, engage in any conduct or make any representation which may suggest to any person that the Principal is for any purposes the agent of the Illustrator.
If the Principal develops any improvements in relation to any Works provided under the Licence and this agreement, the Principal will notify the Illustrator of the nature of the same and the Principal hereby irrevocably: (a) Grants to the licensor the right to apply for any incidental intellectual property rights available in respect of that improvement and in connection with such application, the Principal shall:
(i) Make, supply and assist in the preparation of all models, plans, drawings or specifications necessary or convenient for the proper understanding or development of the improvements; and
(ii) Grant and do all things necessary to give effect to an assignment of the intellectual property rights in respect of the improvements to the Illustrator;
(b) Assigns, transfers and sets over absolutely to the Illustrator all right, title and interest to the improvements including all claims as they relate to the improvements.
Limitation of liability
The Principal acknowledges that it uses the Works provided under the Licence and this agreement at its own risk and acts on the basis of any advice given by the Illustrator at its own risk. The Principal agrees that any employee or agent of the Illustrator providing advice on behalf of the Illustrator is not liable for any loss, damage or injury occasioned to the Principal arising from or caused by the provision of the works, advice or support under this agreement or the use made of them by the Principal or from any other reason whatsoever.

Philanthropic Work

Ronald McDonald House Randwick since 2002 – Ongoing silliness and cartoons for 15 years.

JDRF Australia – Sponsor Brett as he runs a half marathon in 2016

Angkor Kids Center Siem Reap – Assisted with the purchase of land to expand the school in 2015

ASPEC – We raised over $2000 through artwork sales at fundraisers in 2015