Screen Printing Artwork
Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop.
Illustrator (.ai); Photoshop (.psd); Photo File (.jpg); Encapsulated Post Script (.eps); Portable Document Format (.pdf).
Size the artwork as large as you'd want it printed on the garments.
Specific Ink Colors:
If you're looking to match specific ink colors in your artwork, we need exact pantone numbers. Computer screens can be calibrated differently and there is no way of knowing if the color on our screens is that same color that you are looking at. If ink colors are not specified, we will hand mix the inks to achieve a color as close to your artwork as possible. Below is a chart of our stock ink colors:
|Tan | 729C||Dallas Green | 348C|
|Brown | 498C||Kelly Green | 3298C|
|Dallas Red | 201C||Teal Green | 3135C|
|Scarlet Red | 199C||Bright Light Blue | 299C|
|Dark Orange | 7417C||Royal Blue | 288C|
|Golden Yellow | 123C||Navy Blue | 289C|
|Lemon Yellow | 106C||Purple | 2617C|
|Neon Green | 802C||Opaque Purple | 2622|
|Lime Green | 361C||Light Gray | Cool Gray 3|
All artwork must be computer generated and saved as one of the files above.
Make sure to save as a .pdf or .jpg as we may not have the same fonts as you do. Also, if you're sending an illustrator or eps file, make sure that your fonts are changed to objects.
Images from the internet will not digitize well, so just don't use them!
Here is a template you can download to help you design and size your artwork better. Click the icon below to download: