It is possible for you to use a piece of artwork from your personal collection on your own skis. If this is something you would like to do, you will need to have it photographed and send the files to us. Please contact us to learn more.
If you want to use a public domain image, know that other people can request the same piece of art as yours. Although we respect the graphic choices of our clients, it is possible that another person requests “Starry Night” by Van Gogh (for example). There is only so much you can do to lay out a highly recognized painting onto a pair of skis, so compositions may be similar. If this is a concern of yours, you can consider adding personalized text/logos, or change colors to make your public domain image unique to your skis. The particular change you use, we will not reuse for another pair of skis--even if another person requests the same public domain image.
For more information about using public domain artwork, please read our Journal article on the subject here.