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Artwork must be submitted as an Adobe Illustrator file. Accepted files are .ai and .eps. Vector files only with fonts converted to outlines. JPGs, PNGs, and GIFs are not suitable. Work in CMYK mode, using spot colors or 100% black.
We can re-draw logos for an additional $75 per hour fee, with a turnaround time of about 2-4 business days. Fees may change depending on logo complexity.
If you do not have a logo yet, but know what font or image you want to use, send us the font file, image, drawing, or screenshot and we will turn your image into a vector file for a fee of $75 per hour. Fees may change depending on logo complexity.
Printing the ingredients list on the back panel of any boxes will add another die-plate fee to your order. You will be charged a graphic design fee if we place the ingredients list on the box.
In order for your logo to print clearly on each product, it must be a vector graphic. Any bitmap graphics such as JPGs, GIFs, TIFFs, BMPs, etc. are NOT acceptable because there is a loss of quality once resized.
In addition, the logo must be outlined in Adobe Illustrator. Do NOT send us artwork files that are left in text format. Your logo might be a font that we do not have, therefore, it will not show up correctly on our screen. Turn your text to outlines in Adobe Illustrator by selecting all and then pressing Type>Create Outlines.
What are vector graphics?
Vector graphics are usually created in Adobe Illustrator, and the lines used to draw the image are made up of mathematical equations. That means that it doesn’t matter how big or small you resize it; it will have the same quality.
How it looks when you zoom in on the lines of a vector graphic.
What are bitmap graphics?
Bitmap graphics are made up of little squares called pixels. If not viewed at the intended size, the graphic will look blurry. Bitmap images are used when viewing images on the Internet because they will be compressed to a smaller file size as well.
How it looks when you zoom in on the lines of a bitmap graphic.