Art submission guidelines

Not sure how to get us the files we need? Don’t worry, we’ll explain everything.

Generally Speaking

For us, print ready files are made at full size, include a 1” bleed on all sides, are 150 dpi, and are flattened TIFFs (file extension.tif). For certain projects, extra bleed may be required, but this is our general rule of thumb. If you are unsure of how to accomplish this task please see the section “What to do when you don’t know what to do.” It will change your life. Or at least make ours slightly easier

What to do when you don’t know what to do.

Stay calm, it’s going to be ok. If you are unsure of what you are doing, the best option for all parties involved is for you submit the native file. This means the illustrator or photoshop file you used to create the artwork. When using this option there are a few things that are of utmost importance. First, files should be full size (this means if you are having a 3’ x 4’ banner made, your file should be 3’ x 4’ with bleed, this is especially important