Submitting a high quality graphic image isn't always easy, which is why we have designers ready to help. If you can follow the guidelines below, you are halfway home to a perfectly screen printed item!

We accept the following file formats:

  • 300 or higher dpi jpeg or .tif
  • 300 or higher dpi Photoshop file (.psd)
  • Illustrator (.ai, .eps, .pdf)
  • RGB or CMYK

  • If you submit 300 dpi files, your artwork will be miles ahead of anything with a lower resolution. You can download Photoshop templates for T-Shirts and more from our Templates page.


    Raster Graphics

    Raster (or bitmap) graphics are made up of tiny squares called pixels. Once a raster graphic is created at a certain size (i.e. a fixed number of pixels), it can’t be scaled up without losing image quality. The larger the amount of pixels in an image, the larger the file size – they are positively correlated since the computer needs to store information on every single pixel. Widely used raster file formats are .jpg, .png, .gif, .bmp, .psd and .tiff.


    Vector Graphics

    Vector graphics use mathematical equations to draw out your designs. These mathematical equations are translated into points that are connected by either lines or curves, also known as vector paths, and they make up all the different shapes you see in a vector graphic. This allows vector graphics to be scaled to any size without sacrificing image quality as well as maintain a small file size. Common vector file formats are .svg, .cgm, .odg, .eps, .ai and .xml.

    We have in-house designers to assist with your next project!