Unlike JPEGs, GIFs, and BMP images, vector graphics are not made from a grid of pixels. Vector images are made of paths, which are defined by a start and end point, as well as using other points, curves, and angles. These vector images are mostly hand drawn using programs such as Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw or Macromedia Freehand. By doing so each object can be selected individually and changed from the rest of the image.
Vector art is the best art you can send us!
The file extensions for this type will include, ai., eps., or cdr.
Most images you see on your computer screen are raster graphics. Pictures found on the web and photos you import from your digital camera are raster graphics. Raster graphics can typically be scaled down with no loss of quality, but enlarging a bitmap, jpg. image causes it to look blocky and "pixelated." For this reason, vector graphics are often used for such images like company logos, which need to be scaled to different sizes. If your only graphic is a raster type the higher resolution it can be saved as the better, such as 300 DPI or higher.
Common file extensions for such files are,BMP., TIF., GIF., or JPG..
Absolute Screen Printing accepts vector, or raster files from the following programs:
Absolute Screen Printing reserves the right to apply an art charge for excessive revisions.
Complex Art Fee
Absolute Screen Printing reserves the right to apply a $100+ art charge for complex art.
Absolute Screen Printing will produce custom artwork for you. However, we do charge for custom art up front prior to any work being done. Any artwork being produced by us will show our company logo in a single color.
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