• CDR or Zip Drive
If your files are larger than 10Mb, burn them to disc or zip and
drop it in the mail to us.
Please use a good, padded envelope to insure a safe arrival of
your files and mail to:
Art Submission c/o
800 Northern Ave.
Clarkston, GA 30021
Zip drives will be returned upon completion of your order. CDR's
will be kept on file for reorders.
Vector based art is the most preferred format for receiving art
files for your order. These files are smaller and faster to work
with, provided cleaner lines and do not diminish in quality when
you increase or decrease them in size. Also, editing text is
much easier when updates or changes are required.
All text must be converted to outlines or paths, or include the
fonts with your submission.Not doing so may may require us to find
suitable replacement fonts.
Rasterized or bitmapped art files are crated in programs such as
Photoshop or Paint. They are generally larger in size, more complex
and sometimes require more work to separate.
One disadvantage to rasterized art is that it's quality is diminished
when increasing it's size. Please don't supply us with a thumbnail
or web graphic and expect us blow it up to fill the front of the
shirt. It won't be pretty, trust us.
Adobe Photoshop CS3 or earlier
Please supply artwork in Photoshop spot color channel separations,
anything else will be charged a separation charge.
CMYK or RGB files are not correctly color separated for screen print purposes.
Please supply art files at size to be printed.
300dpi please. 72 dpi jpegs downloaded from the internet are of
too poor quality to be reproduced.
If required, please specify what PMS colors you prefer. We mix
to Pantone Coated Stock, for your reference.
Please specify the location to be printed on the garment
chest, full chest, right sleeve, full back, etc.)
photocopied or faxed art
Business card or letterhead logos
low resolution web graphics
bitmapped clipart or jpegs
While we MAY be able to use these, they will not yield
the highest quality results and will require a substantial art fee
to get them to a usable state.