last updated October 27, 2021
last updated October 27, 2021

USE OF CARTOONS WHERE FEES APPLY

Fees apply for the use of INKCINCT Cartoons by Publishers, businesses, government departments and Non-Government Organisations.  Fees vary depending on the type and size of publication.   Some baseline fees are listed below to give users an idea of the fee structure.  All prices are listed in Australian dollars.  For a quote contact the cartoonist.

When enquiring about pricing please provide the following information.

  • The type of publication.
  • Title of the publication and ISBN number (if applicable and known)
  • The size of the print run.
  • Whether electronic rights are required.
  • Description of the requested cartoon/s, including the caption and the cartoon reference number (E.G. 2021-168). 

PowerPoint Lecture presentations   $100

This includes: –

  • Supply of a higher resolution version of the cartoon (180 dpi .jpg) without its watermark.
  • The right to use the cartoon in a single PowerPoint lecture multiple times for an indefinite period.
  • The right to distribute the cartoon in the PowerPoint lecture notes, in print and online.

This does not include the right use the cartoon in multiple copies of the PowerPoint presentation sold to other users. 

print edition – under 10,000 copies    $180

This includes: –

  • Supply of a high-resolution version on the cartoon (300 dpi .jpg) without the watermark.
  • The right to use the cartoon in print up to 10,000 copies, for the life of the edition.
  • Worldwide distribution rights.

This does not include electronic rights.

large volume use in print and electronic form    $450

This includes: –

  • Supply of a high-resolution version on the cartoon (300 dpi .jpg) without the watermark.
  • The right to use the cartoon in print or electronic form up to 500,000 copies, for the life of the edition or five years (electronic form).
  • Worldwide distribution rights.

Discounts apply when: –

  • More than one cartoon is used in a single edition.
  • Cartoon/s are used in subsequent editions.
  • Cartoons are used on a regular basis. (newspapers & magazines)