Please have your artwork or art file ready to upload with your submission. If it is larger than 10MB you can email a Google or Dropbox link to firstname.lastname@example.org
If possible, we would love all artwork to be submitted in vector format, but this is not always possible. Vector format is typically a file type created with Adobe Illustrator that allows us to increase or decrease the size of your artwork without it becoming blurry or pixelated. Vector artwork typically ends in .ai, .eps, or .svg and sometimes .pdf. Please note, JPG and PNG images can be saved with such extensions, but this is only is a renaming of the file handle and does not change the file format.
If you do not have your artwork in this format, don't worry. Please send scanned artwork at 300DPI at the size you want it to be printed. For hand-drawn artwork, please send send in Black and white, when possible. Art created in-color may not translate well. For shading, avoid gradients. Hand stippling, cross hatching, and halftone dots work great. Please note: Thin lines or small details, small thin lines or small text may have print variables and may not print properly.
Art Challenges: Artwork that is built in applications outside of the Adobe Creative Suite, may not work for your design. If the design was not created at the correct DPI or size, this could affect the quality of the imprint of your garments. I will advise immediately if your artwork may have issues. I can offer additional support if needed or requested. In some cases, there may be a fee, but this can be deducted after your sales time has finished so you don't have to pay up front.
Imprint sizes: For front and back you can print up to 13" Wide and 18" tall. Typically we recommend printing a full front imprint at 12" wide to avoid torso-wrapping on smaller sizes. If you need a larger size, we may be able to go a little larger, but it will depend on your smallest size shirt ordered.
DO NOT SUBMIT ANY SCANNED PENCIL ART. Regular graphite pencils reflect light from the scanner and do not translate properly for print.