Vector artwork is digitally created with shapes, lines, curves, or paths that can be easily colored, manipulated, and resized without affecting the quality. Programs like CorelDRAW® and Adobe® Illustrator® are generally used to create vector artwork.
Raster artwork is images or graphics made up of individually colored dots, called pixels. These pixels are aligned in a grid, and together they make the image. Photos taken on your phone or a digital camera are raster images, and if you zoom in too closely, you can even see the pixels as the image becomes grainy.
Vector Art Files
Please convert all fonts to outlines or curves before submitting artwork.
Raster Art Files
Please provide artwork with a resolution of at least 300 dpi at actual size. Avoid using images from the internet as most do not print with an acceptable level of quality and are sometimes copyright protected.
Hard Copy Art
These may include printouts, drawings, photocopies, etc. Hard copy artwork will take more time to create and may result in an additional art fee.
WE ARE HERE TO HELP!
We understand that some (or maybe all) of this may be confusing or seem like we’re speaking a different language. Don’t worry – we’re here to help! Whether you have an idea in your head, sketch on a napkin, or ready-to-go art files; we have an amazing graphic design team who can turn any of those into quality, custom designs for you!
Please secure reproduction rights to copy protected material – you, as the customer, take responsibility and we will not be liable.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding graphic design, screen printing, embroidery, or promotional products.