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Artwork

  • What is the difference between vector and bitmap artwork?

    A vector image uses geometrical formulas (maths) to represent images. Bitmap images, also known as raster, are made up of a pattern of dots (pixels)...

  • Which formats of artwork do you accept?

    We accept almost any artwork. If you are having trouble uploading it, please email it to us. Here is an exhaustive list of the artwork you can upload:

  • How to get the most accurate colours?

    To get the most accurate colours please let us know us a CMYK, RGB or Pantone reference for the colour(s) you want us to match as closely as possible. We will then edit your artwork to make sure these...

  • Can I give you low quality artwork?

    Yes, but please be aware it could appear blurry if you want larger stickers...

  • Will my size change during proofing?

    Occasionally, but only in one dimension, due to the aspect ratio. We want to keep the aspect ratio the same, so your artwork doesn't appear stretched in one direction...

  • Can you print fluorescent colours?

    We print onto fluorescent materials & have the colour of the material coming through your design in specific places to make it appear fluorescent...

  • How to prepare vector artwork?

    If you are giving us vector artwork, please change your colours to CMYK and convert the text to curves. We prefer eps files as these keep most of the information about a vector...

  • I am having trouble uploading artwork?

    If you're having trouble uploading your artwork, please check it's file type we accept or send us your artwork...

  • What is a design proof?

    A design proof is an image of your sticker created by our professional design team. It shows the most accurate representation of what your sticker will look like once printed...



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