Whether you have your own artwork that needs a few adjustments or if you're wanting to have something made from scratch, our in house designer can help take your concept to the next level. 

Design for Screenprinting

When preparing your artwork for screen printing, our artists help scale your designs to the size desired for printing transform your design into the different layers necessary to create the screens that will be used to print your artwork. In order to do this most of the time, we use vector artwork (files that typically end in .ai or .eps). You can learn more about vector vs raster artwork here.

The only exception when we don't need vector art is if we are doing a four-color process or simulated-color process. In which case we ask for the highest quality photo/artwork you can provide with the minimum requirement being 300 dpi at the size in which you would like your artwork printed.

Design for Embroidery

For embroidery, we upload your artwork into our digitizing software and decide the most efficient path for your design to be stitched. For intricate designs this step is crucial. The artwork is then traced and digitally "stitched" and that pattern is then saved and uploaded to our embroidery machines to be prepared for the actual stitching process.

Overview of the Brat building and surrounding area around the early to mid 1900's.

Overview of the Brat building and surrounding area around the early to mid 1900's.

Overview of the Brat building and surrounding area around the early to mid 1900's.