You may have noticed some files get fuzzy or jagged lines when enlarged which could result in unclear and unsatisfactory imprints on your branded products. However by using the correct art file format we can prevent this. Ask our advice about which format you should be sending your artwork through for optimal results.
If the correct format is not available we have software which will convert the picture to an eps file or if the conversion is not possible we can, for a small fee, have the logo redrawn in the correct format.
Correct files do make a difference - see the examples below.
The first picture shows a bitmap file which when enlarged will get "fuzzy edges". Below that you will see the vector file which always stays sharp when enlarged. Remember the branding is your advertisment and the promotional product is the carrier of your brand. You can have confidence that we only use files that properly reproduce your logo.
Watch the word PLUMBING and see it in the pictures below when enlarged.
Promotional Printed Drinkware
The promotional industry is spoilt for choice when it comes to drinkware suited for promotional printing. The huge range of sports bottles, plastic cups and tumblers, ceramic tumblers and mugs, thermal drinkware and coffee sets, help cover most possibilities. As with any promotional product, drinkware is chosen for its suitability to the print options used in the promotional industry. Drinkware printed and branded with your advertising message, is a great way to get your logo in the hand of your targeted clients. We can create a free virtual mock-up of your drinkware item, so please ask for details.
Corporate Apparel should be comfortable, fashionable, and practical to launder, but most importantly should be industry relevant. Hospitality apparel will command a different specification than say an office worker. As corporate apparel has the ability to raise your company’s public profile, it is important to take into account the best print or branding options for your selected garments. For example, very lightweight fabrics may not be the best option for an embroidered logo, while heavier or denser fabrics may be fine. Other print possibilities include sublimation printing - fast becoming very popular, and this print technique can be more cost effective if you have a multi coloured logo.