Art Requirements

Please provide artwork to the specifications defined below. Your artwork must conform to these guidelines in order to achieve desired output. Any art files submitted that vary from the below requirements may incur delays and additional charges

Vector Files (Format for Screen Printing)

  • Accepted formats – .ai, .eps or .pdf
  • ALL fonts converted to outlines/curves
  • Art file must be provided at 100% (actual size of output). If other print size is required, please include that information in your P.O.

Bitmap / Raster Files (Format for Digital Printing)

  • Accepted formats – .psd, .tif.pdf or .jpg
  • Minimum 300 dpi
  • Transparent background
  • Art file must be provided at 100% (actual size of output).

Unleashing the Inner Designer in All

Whether you’re a seasoned designer or just starting out, here are some essential tips to guide you in creating standout t-shirt designs:

  • Understand your concept: Dedicate time to play with various iterations of your idea before settling. Remember, your design is meant for apparel. Draft it to scale to visualize the end result more clearly.
  • Prioritize precision: Being meticulous benefits you in all endeavors, including t-shirt design. Focus on the finer details to ensure your artwork appears sharp and impeccable.
  • Embrace minimalism: There’s a charm in straightforward designs when it comes to apparel. Reflect on renowned brand logos; many resonate due to their understated elegance. A simple artwork can leave a lasting impression.
  • Convey your intent: Ensure your tee’s message is clear at a mere glance. This goes hand in hand with the minimalist approach.
  • Avoid clutter: Limit excessive colors, patterns, or text. Harmonious color schemes and concise text lead to captivating designs.
  • Respect copyright laws: While incorporating well-known images can be tempting, always ensure you have the rights to use them.

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