Vector Artwork

We can design, retouch, vectorise & complete your artwork before film output for screen printing & offset printing. We have a professional graphic design team that specialises in creating "camera-ready" artwork. Our vectorised files can be used for screen printing, digital printing & also vinyl cutting.

Prices For Vector Artwork Files

Simple Artwork

Simple Vectored Artwork delivered the next business day.

Complex Artwork

Complex Vectored Artwork delivered within 2 business days.

Super Complex Artwork

Super Complex Vectored Artwork delivered Within 3 business days

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Basic Guidelines For Setting Up Artwork

Raster Images
Pixels are individual blocks of unique colours placed together to make up a raster image. Pixel-based images can come from a digital camera, scanner, or downloaded from the internet.

Individual components of these images cannot be separated or altered, and resolution diminishes when enlarged. While an image may look fine distorted when the size is increased.

If an image is enlarged and it gets blurry or you can see the individual blocks of colour, it is a raster image.

Raster images commonly have the file extensions: .bmp, .jpg, .png or .tiff.

Vector Artwork Images

Nodes are the points in computer drawn lines that make up a vector image. Lines can be curved or straight, and make any shape that is desired. Node-based images are usually created in a graphics program such as Adobe Illustrator & Corel Draw.

Individual components of these drawn images can be separated, colours can be changed, and the size can be increased with no loss of resolution.

A vector image can only be truly manipulated in a vector graphic program. If you are given a file with a graphics program extension, it must be checked to make sure it is true vector art. For example, a bitmap can be saved as a graphic file, but when it is opened it is not vector art, it’s still a bitmap inside the file.

Common examples of vector images have the file extensions .eps, .ai, .cdr and .pdf.

Pixels Vs Nodes

Raster Image

Vector Artwork Image

Both images look identical at this size. Note the circle area on the smiley face.

Raster Image

The circle area on the raster image has increased by 1000% which results in poor resolution.

Vector Artwork Image

The circle area on the vector image has increased by 1000% and caused no change in resolution.

Artwork is generally set up in a 2:1 size ratio. Small items like lapel pins are set up in a 3:1 ratio.

Quality Control

Our primary objective is to provide good quality artwork at reasonable prices. We pay meticulous attention to all the detail that artwork requires. Our Quality Control supervisors make sure that the artwork is of superior standard and that your instructions have been followed to the letter. In addition, we check for any spelling errors which others may overlook. Above all, we see to it that the artwork is "print-ready" or "camera-ready" depending on which method you have specified. We supply as many proofs as it takes to satisfy your requirements.

Money Back Guarantee

We provide a Money Back Guarantee on all our designs if you are not completely satisfied.

Graphic File Formats We Can Output

We can supply "camera-ready" and "print-ready" vector based and image based (to 1400 dpi) artwork in any format and to any specification required by the printer, including bleed, inline work, cut and crop marks, cutlines, etc. depending on the final application, whether it be for digital printing, offset printing, screen printing, screen printing or vinyl cutting.

.AI: Adobe Illustrator file format.
.CDR: Corel Draw file format.
.PSD: Photoshop file format
.EPS: File format of various software such as Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop (newer versions), Corel Draw, FlexiSign, etc.
.PDF: File format that is largely viewed independently of software and hardware can

File Formats We Can Accept

Our artwork preparation can be done from all sources such as T- shirts, Business cards, Jackets and even through rough descriptions and sketches.
Accepted File Formats: JPG, GIF, BMP, GIF, PDF, TIF, PSD, PNG, EPS, AI, CDR etc.

Why Do You Need A Vector Artwork File?

Vector images are:
Resolution Independent: A vectorised image has no jaggedness, no loss in detail and can be printed at any resolution.
Size Independent: The image can be scaled up or down without any loss in quality.
Can be Updated or Partially Changed: Your files can be upgraded, colors changed and scaled without any loss of detail or quality. Can be archived and sorted for later use: The archive of the artwork can be used for Literature, Manuals, Brochures, Newspapers, Service bulletins and a host of areas.