Looking for New Artists... 

Designer Boys are always seeking artistic creativity and originality.  We are one of the most sought after suppliers of innovative decorative wall art to interior designers in Australasia (we do not sell art direct to the public).  

Whether you’re an established professional or emerging artist, feel free to contact us to discuss how we work with new artists.  Our phone number is 07 5449 7535 or feel free to email us at info@designerboys.com.au 

Please note: our business is not an art gallery and we do not sell one-off artworks or originals. We are successful at reproducing art and selling these as a premium range of fully framed prints to our client base. We pay an artist a royalty for every artwork sold.

Below you will find answers to some of the more frequently asked questions.

» What type of artwork do you consider publishing?

We like sophisticated imagery that can be used by interior designers. Most of our images bridge the decorative and fine art ranges.

» How do I send artwork?

Artwork may be submitted as low res files by emailing to info@designerboys.com.au or sharing your files with us via Dropbox or Hightail

» How much of my work should I submit?

Submit a minimum of 5 and no more than 10 images. Include your contact information,(including email, best daytime telephone number and URL, if available.)

» Do you ever commission artwork?

Sometimes we do commission new work, especially if we see art that moves us. We will let you know if this is the case.

» How often do you publish artwork? When should I send pieces to be considered?

We publish our collection once a year in a beautiful high-end catalogue. You may send your artworks for our consideration at any time.

» Am I required to sign a contract? What if I have artwork already published by someone else?

If we wish to move forward, we will contact you to begin a dialogue about the terms of our agreement. We require that each artist sign a contract if s/he wishes to publish artwork with Designer Boys. In accordance with that, we generally do not publish work by an artist currently under contract with another company in the same terrirory.