If you are sending artwork for cut vinyl or images to be enlarged it must be vector artwork to avoid possible artwork fees. Standard files that are vector
are .ai .eps .pdf, however, non-vector images can also be in these file types. .jpg .gif, .tif, are common image files that are not vector images. Non-vector
images can be redrawn for an art fee determined by the complexity of the image.
Images from web pages. Using images from web sites for anything larger than the size it prints out at on your home printer is highly discouraged. When
These images are enlarged they lose quality and can become blurry or pixelated. If you need to use an image off of the internet please make sure it is at
least 800 pixels in one direction and you have the approval to use it.
We generally print at 72 dots per inch (DPI or PPI) on non vector also known as raster images.
For large images we recommend you work at 720 DPI at 10% of the final size.
For images larger than 10MB that cannot be sent through e-mail we recommend using either www.yousendit.com (a free service for files under 50MB) or
call us and ask for our FTP information to which you can upload your artwork.
Please call or e-mail if you have further questions on artwork files.