Artwork Specifications



Whether you’ve already started your t-shirt design or are getting ready to start, there are some things you should know about the artwork specifications and file types that we require when printing your final design.

We know that there are a lot of different file formats out there and different ways to save out a design, so we wanted to put together this page to ensure that your final vision meets our standards when it comes to printing.

 

Direct to Garment (DTG) on Light Colored Fabric

File Formats Accepted: .jpg, .gif, .bmp, .tif, .psd, .pdf, .ai, .eps

All artwork should be saved out in RGB color mode at 300dpi. Your artwork dimensions should be the size that you would like the print to be on the shirt. We will not adjust your designs to fit the space, so please ensure that the design is the size you want it on your shirt.

Our standard pricing is based on the printing size of 12” x 12”. Oversized printing up to 14” x 16” is available.

Digital mockups will be sent for approval once you have placed and made payment for your order.

 

Screen Printing on Dark Colored Fabric

File Formats Accepted: .ai or .eps (vector art only)

There is a 25 piece minimum order for screen printing.

All artwork must be in vector format only and created using a program such as Adobe Illustrator.

Our standard pricing is based on the printing size of 12” x 12”. Oversized printing at 13” x 15” is available upon request.

To ensure that the final product comes out as you intended, please make sure to adhere to the artwork specifications laid out above. Our graphic design specialists are available to help you design your custom t-shirt or answer any questions you may have about design or our printing process.

If you are confused by any of the information mentioned on this page, please contact us before you begin to design your t-shirts so we can make sure that you are doing things correctly. There’s nothing worse than finishing an awesome design only to realize that it’s in a format that won’t work for printing.