Sell my Art

Have a question for us?

Thank you for contacting Uniarts, chances are most of your questions can be answered via our Artists FAQ at the bottom of this page.

Still have some burning questions? No dramas, just fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch.

We’re currently experiencing a huge amount of interest but we’ll try and get back to you as soon as we can. Thanks for your patience!

Artist FAQ

Click on the categories below to find your question.


Getting started

How do I sell my stuff on Uniarts?

Become a Uniarts Creator and you’ll be able to upload your art for us to sell online for you. You can complete the application to become a Uniarts Creator here.

What happens once I've applied?

We’ll review your application and will get to work preparing your profile for you.

We’re currently taking on our final round of artists. Once that’s complete, we’ll be launching our artist dashboard – an awesome space where you’ll have direct access to adding more art, viewing stats on your current art & more!

Is it really free to sign up?

It sure is! You can sign up to become a Uniarts Creator without any upfront fees or charges.

What do I have to do?

Head here to start the application . We’ll send you a follow up email so you can upload your art and provide us with your bank details so we can pay you!

How much money will I make?

“This is all well and good, but how much money am I actually going to make?

We hear you. It all sounds encouraging and positive but you need to know how this is actually going to give you a return on your time.

The annoying answer – it depends.

Some art prints will sell plenty, others won’t sell at all. It’s hard for us to give a ballpark figure on how much you’ll make using Uniarts.

What if I don't have an ABN?

If you don’t have an ABN it’s still possible to set up an account and be paid through Uniarts. There is a form called ‘Statement By Supplier’. You can download that here. If you need help filling out this form please send our team a message and we will be happy to help.

Preparing your artwork

What is the quality of the art prints?

In short, very high. Epson Ultra Premium Luster Photo Paper is between a gloss and matte finish, providing a highly saturated look and maximum ink coverage. Because of its saturation and resistance to fingerprints, luster paper is a popular choice for giclée quality photographic prints.

What if my art doesn’t match the dimensions you sell?

We try our best to provide a wide variety of dimensions to fit your art. At the end of the day though, we can only provide so many different variants and so we apologise if your desired aspect ratio is not available. We’re a growing community at the moment so we’re hopeful we will be able to provide more and more variations in future for our Creators.

Print sizes:

SQUARE: 25.5 x 25.5, 30.5 x 30.5, 35.5 x 35.5, 40.65 x 40.65, 45.7 x 45.7.

RECTANGLE: 21 x 30, 30 x 40, 50 x 70, 61 x 91, 70 x 100.


Where is it printed?

Uniarts is entirely Australian owned and operated. Our amazing printing partners are located in New South Wales and Victoria and ship our product anywhere around the land of Oz.

Where can I scan my artwork if it's bigger than A4?

There are artwork scanning services in most Australian towns. Simply searching ‘artwork scanning’ in your search engine will show a variety of services available for this. If you’re still having trouble with scanning your artwork please send our team an email at and we’ll try to help out where we can.

Art formats for printing

Max file upload for artwork is 10mb. For bigger file uploads please contact Accepted file types: jpg, jpeg, png, psd, pdf, ai, eps, tiff.

Commission & Uniarts

How does Uniarts make money?

Uniarts makes money based on commission from the sale of the art. We’re big on transparency, so here’s a simple guide on how the money gets dished out:

When we make a sale for you on Uniarts we need to cover the costs that have gone into the sale. Namely, that’s printing, shipping and advertising.

After that we dish out the profit – 80% goes to the artist, and 20% stays at Uniarts so we can keep this crazy old thing going!

How are you different from the other guys?

Two big things lead the way for Uniarts – staying transparent, and helping out Aussie artists. Many of our competitors are massive international companies churning out profits for themselves. Often, these stores have thousands and thousands of artists, meaning you end up as a tiny fish in a very big ocean.

Uniarts keeps things smaller, operating only within Australia. By doing this, we can do our best to make sure no one gets left behind.

Where are the sales pages?

On the way! Uniarts is currently in its final launch phase, taking artists onboard so we can get ready to launch the store in the (very) near future. Stay tuned!