- False Impression, a 2006 novel by Jeffrey Archer
- "First Impressions" (Angel), a 2000 episode of the television series Angel
- Impression (Dragonriders of Pern), a joining of minds in the Dragonriders of Pern novels
- Impression, Sunrise, a painting by Claude Monet
- Impressions (Angel novel), a 2003 novel derivative of the television series Angel
- Impressions Games, a video game developer
- Impressions of France, a film about France
- The Big Impression, a British comedy sketch show
- The Russo-Baltique Impression, a concept car made by Russo-Balt, the first company to produce cars in Russia
- Impression, custom car, winner of the 2005 Ridler
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“Sanity consists in not being subdued by your means. Fancy prices are paid for position, and for the culture of talent, but to the grand interests, superficial success is of no account.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“It is clear that in a monarchy, where he who commands the exceution of the laws generally thinks himself above them, there is less need of virtue than in a popular government, where the person entrusted with the execution of the laws is sensible of his being subject to their direction.”
—Charles Louis de Secondat Montesquieu (16891755)