Big Green T'sServing the Upper Valley and beyond!
Original Artwork can be used for no additional expense
Most artwork needs a little modification before it is ready to be used in printing. The best rule of thumb is to find and/or create the largest format artwork possible, just to be sure. We can always tone it down and clean it up from there.
As an example: typical website graphics are built at 72 dpi and we print at about 150 dpi. With just a few modifications we can make your dream logo come alive on just about any piece of apparel.
If you have any questions regarding your artwork, please contact us for suggestions and help.
While we can reproduce just about anything you bring in, we really like to see artwork in a digital format. This makes it easier to modify and resize if necessary while still maintaining the integrity of your artwork. Our preferred programs are Photoshop and Illustrator but don't worry if you haven't created a file in either of these programs. These programs translate and read a lot of different types of files.
TIFF, PSD, and EPS documents are common digital extensions for Photoshop. If you don't know the format your digital artwork is in, make sure you bring a thumb drive and bring a print copy of your artwork.
There are hundreds of thousands of fonts currently available. If you have spent hours online looking for the PERFECT font to accompany your artwork, do us a favor and please share - send us a file of the font as well!
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There is a one-time $20 screen charge for each screen needed to set-up your design. Printing with inks require one screen per color and design. For example, a single color left chest print on a shirt uses only one screen and would cost you $20 for the setup. If you wanted to add a single color back print, it would be an additional $20, for a total of $40 in setup. If there are additional colors, there will be additional screen charges.