Photography & Artwork Submissions
What do I do if I have some artwork that I would like to be considered for licensing?
As market leaders, with by far the largest poster distribution in Australia, we are always looking for the next 'big thing' or an image to complement our range. Whether that image be a photograph, artwork or a graphic design that might make a good poster.
Impact welcomes any new artwork and ideas and are always looking to expand our range. We ask that you send a sample of the artwork by email to:
Or a reproduction or sample to:
PO Box 256
Thornleigh NSW 2120
Please note: We are unable to return any samples sent to us & we cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage.
Your submission will be reviewed internally and feedback sent to you.
How are usage fees negotiated?
If we are interested in using your artwork we will either offer a flat usage fee or discuss a contract term. This may include an advance and a royalty % paid on the sales generated over the term of the agreement.
Can you print something for me?
We don't offer a printing service to third parties. We regret that we are unable to design or print artwork for you or your company. Local graphic designers and printers often work together and can point you in the direction if you need help.
New Licensing Opportunities
What do I do if I have a new and exciting property to offer Impact?
As with new artwork, we are always looking to enhance our licensed product range. We are always keen to learn more about up and coming brands, artists or film and TV properties. Please contact one of our experienced team to discuss licensing opportunities on:
+61 2 9481 7344
Or email us on: email@example.com
What do I do if I need clearance for the use of any of your products on a TV, Film Set, Newspaper or Magazine?
You need to contact the licensing department by email or phone.
We cannot provide clearance for product being used for marketing or reproduction purposes.
What is the next stage?
We will complete an Impact clearance form and fax it back to you.
How would I go about licensing a generic Impact design? For example, to be used as a bedspread or jigsaw puzzle?
There are a number of designs in our range that have been created by Impact’s Design team. For further licensing out information please contact us at: