Who writes our Splimples?
The man behind the words on most Splimple products is Stuart Caldwell. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org Does he work as a freelance writer too? Yes.
Who designed this website?
AH Design did. But just in case you didn’t notice, they put a link on just about every page of this site so we’re damned if we’re going to give them another free link here. AH Design also make a big contribution to the design of all Splimple products.
Who illustrates our products
Alison’s Animals are the creation of Alison Lingley. She spent her formative years in stables where she loaded wheelbarrows with smelly stuff, fell off ponies and made friends with dogs. In her spare time she drew the animals she worked with until the drawing took over full time and she became a professional artist with commissions and work worldwide. Click here for Alison's website
Only we know the true identity of the mysterious Michiko the odd yet loveable mind behind StripShow. A large bribe may convince us to spill the beans however. See www.stripshowcartoons.com
Blurtings, ishey and Clear as Mud?
The typography on our Blurtings and Clear as Mud card ranges, on all our ishey products and on our ManPots is the work of Fred Design freddesign.co.uk.
Our Wordies range is illustrated by the wild, wacky and wonderful Jane Frost www.hot-ice.co.uk
Critters is the brainchild of freelance cartoonist and illustrator Huw Aaron, whose work can be found in Private Eye, Prospect, Reader's Digest, The Oldie, Saga Magazine and at www.huwaaron.com
Who prints our Splimples ?
Most Splimple ranges are printed by Centreprint of Kenilworth in Warwickshire www.centre-print.co.uk who are an FSC accredited printer.
Who makes our pottery?
Jersey Pottery produce all our ceramics. They have a superb product range with some highly original and imaginative pieces, which can be see at www.jerseypottery.com
And our melamine?
Rutland-based Orchard Melamine have been manufacturing high quality melanine products since 1964. You can find them at:
Want to know which football team Splimple recommend ?
Aston Villa of course. A penny of the value of each card sold, does not however go towards the purchase of new players. Splimple may be mad - but he's not that mad. www.avfc.premiumtv.co.uk