Art Submissions PI Creative Art images appeal to a worldwide market that demands the most current design and color trends. Our clients include but are not limited to galleries, interior decorators, distributors, hotels and restaurants in the U.S., Canada and Internationally.
We are continuously seeking creative artwork for publication for the commercial market. If you are a talented artist, photographer or gallery representing an artist or group of artists and would like to explore the Open and/or Limited Edition market, we welcome your submissions. To have your work considered for publishing or licensing opportunities please send samples of your artwork in any of the following formats.
We accept low-resolution jpegs (10 MB or lower) and website links sent to email@example.com.
We accept CD's, photographs as well as good color copies. We ask that the titles and original sizes of the images be included in the submission. Please do not send original artwork, photographs or portfolios that you will need returned. Due to the volume of submissions, PI Creative Art will no longer be returning submission material.
Tips: Be aware of current color and subject trends in the home décor market. We will accept work created in a series of at least two images, preferably 4 and up. We can reproduce only from either original artwork or high resolution files which require a minimum 8x10 size file at 300 dpi.
PI Creative Art pays a flat fee or royalties of 10% paid quarterly on the selling price of the poster and offers written contracts when appropriate. We require exclusive poster reproduction rights on any selected artwork. We provide advertising & promotion through international trade shows, press releases, mail outs, trade magazine advertisements and catalog.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding your submission, please be advised it can take 4-6 weeks for our Art Selection Committee to review artwork. Please note we will contact you if we see publishing potential in your work. If your artwork is not selected for publication, it is because it is not appropriate for our clientele and market, not because of the aesthetic value of your work.
Thank you for considering PI Creative Art as the potential publisher of your artwork.