Do you have clipart that I can choose from?

Yes, we have thousands of high quality images to choose from.

We also have a graphic artist that would be happy to help you come up with the perfect shirt design.

What shirt colors are available?

Here is a list of the colors available.

Note: Not all Colors are available in all sizes and styles.

How fast is your average job being completed?

The average turnaround time for a job is 7-10 business days. Of course delivery may vary based on your specific needs, the production schedule and availability of product. Jobs may be delayed if the customer is not responsive to proofs or if a customer makes changes to an order after it has been placed. We are many times able to accommodate rush jobs, please call if you are in a situation where you need product in a rush.

How can quality printing and signs help my business?

Your image and how you represent your company is one of the most important aspects of business and of how customers identify you. Most people make decisions based on the look of your business image.

How do I submit artwork/files?

We work with most professional design applications but prefer Corel Draw or Illustrator. We require vector artwork for screenprinting or vinyl cutting. The best file types are EPS, CDR, AI or PDF file.

If we're "cutting" the lettering or logo out, we will be needing a Vector File, otherwise we can digitize (or Vectorize) the artwork you provide us in a JPEG, TIFF, PSD, GIF, etc. at an additional charge.

You can email us your Print or cut ready artwork, mail us a CD-R, CD-RW, DVD or USB flash drive. Please be sure that artwork is sent "high resolution".

Please remember, we can only print as good as the artwork you provide us.

What resolution is acceptable for artwork submitted?

Signs: If sending your artwork in "real size", please send your work 150DPI. We can also work with a one-inch-to-one-foot ratio (Example: if the art is to be 6 feet long and 4 feet tall, the submit artwork should be 6 inches long and 4 inches tall) at 300 DPI. We prefer 300 dpi or higher but we've been known to do miracles with lower quality artwork.

What is DPI?

DPI is the standard of measurement for the resolution of images that describes the number of dots per inch (DPI) that are used to create an image. The higher the DPI, the higher the resolution which translates to better quality of your final product.

Can I approve the job before it goes to print or production?

Absolutely. Before we begin production, we require your approval of the artwork, colors, spelling, and layout. Once you are satisfied, we begin producing your job. Delaying getting this approval back may delay your job. It is very important to respond to this proof in a timely manner.

What is the difference between vector and bitmap images and which is better?

A vector image is one of the two major graphic types (the other being bitmap) made up of many individual objects. vector graphics are resolution independent because they can be output to the highest quality at any scale. A bitmap (or raster) image is comprised of pixels in a grip. Bitmap images cannot be resized without losing image quality. Common bitmap-based formats are JPEG, JPG, GIF, TIFF, PNG, PICT and BMP. Vector image is the preferred format for submitting artwork however since it is not a format common to non- designers, bitmap images at the correct resolution (see above) can be substituted.

How do I know if I'm going to like the design or even the finished product?

Clients are never surprised with the final product because we do a full color proof and an exact rendering of what it will look like which the client signs off on before anything goes to print.