Artwork Services & Support

Get the best from your designs.

Essential Info

We can take almost any file and create a print from it... but that doesn't mean it will be good.
The following tips will help you to understand what is required and why.



Good quality prints need high quality artwork.

JPGs, PNG's and other compressed files are not the best file types to submit artwork.
Ideally you would send over the original, master artwork. This will most often be a photoshop, illustrator or other professional artwork program file.


Vector based artwork is perfect for supplying graphic style designs with lots of solid (or spot) color work. This type of file loses none of its quality when resizing, as the "vector" aspect of this file rescales all of the information accordingly.

Vector Filetypes: .ai / .eps / .cdr / .svg

It is helpful if you supply vector graphics with any special fonts used - or instead convert all fonts to paths before saving and sending on.

Please note:
Saving a composite file (such as jpeg) as an ".ai" file does not turn your artwork into a vector file.


Images that contain a lot of colour gradients, such as photgraphic or heavily effected designs are defined as raster images. These are usually created in programmes such as photoshop. These kind of files are easily affected by scale changes (resizing). Making a small image big will likely result in some unpleasant pixelation.

Raster Filetypes: .psd / .jpg / .png / .bmp

It is recommended when designing in photoshop that you set your artboard to the actual size of the desired print (or larger) and the dpi should be no less that 300.

Raster files are typically much larger in filesize than vector art. If your files are larger than 10mbs then we recomend using a file transfer site such as WeTransfer to send your creations.