Art Submission Instructions
If you don't see your file format listed above, then please call
404 524 4435 to check that your file is supported.
Unacceptable File Formats
Power Point Files
Web Graphic 72 dpi
If you cannot provide proper artwork, we can work with what you have, however there will be additional charges.
Use our Estimates/Order form to submit your artwork.
You may also send an e-mail for art that is 2 MB or smaller to : firstname.lastname@example.org
Like to kick it old school?
Mail your artwork on CD with a Proof to: *
Velocity Screen Print
Attn: Art Department
99 Elizabeth St.
Atlanta GA 30307
*please note that mailing your artwork will delay the processing of your request.
Accepted Vector Graphic File Formats & Programs
Adobe Illustrator CS1 or earlier
Corel Draw X3 or earlier
Vector Art Requirements
Convert all text to outlines ( CorelDraw-Ctrl Q)
(Illustrator – Shift Ctrl O)
Imported/Placed art files must be 300 dpi EPS or TIFF
What is a Vector Image?
The representation of separate shapes such as lines, polygons and text, and groups of such objects, as opposed to bitmaps. The advantage of vector graphics ("drawing") programs over bitmap ("paint") editors is that multiple overlapping elements can be manipulated independently without using different layers for each one. It is also easier to render an object at different sizes and to transform it in other ways without worrying about image resolution and pixels.
Accepted Bitmap File Formats & Programs
Adobe Photoshop Version 6 or earlier
Bitmap Art Requirements
Files must be 300 dpi or greater and to the size it is to be printed. Do not use Web Images. Resizing a file up from 72 to 300 does not work.
Text/Font layers must be Rasterized
Multiple colors require separated color layers to avoid additional art charges
ALL Font types included.
Art files must be 300 dpi or greater (EPS or TIFF)
What is a Raster Image?
Computer graphics in which an image is composed of an array of pixels arranged in rows and columns. A rasterized image's quality is determined by its resolution at the time it is generated. Changes to the resolution and size of a rasterized image after it has been made can result in a lower quality image.
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