Artwork Guidelines

Vector vs. Raster Artwork File Types

We can print both raster and vector images. Vector images are infinitely scalable graphics made up of geometrical paths, lines and shapes. Vector graphics are commonly made in Adobe Illustrator and have file extensions .ai, .eps and .svg. Raster images are made up of pixels and are commonly photographic. Raster images need to be 300dpi at print size for high quality printing. We want your stickers to print with the best possible quality. If possible send us your artwork in vector format or raster format at 300dpi in one of these file formats: .ai, .pdf, .eps, .svg, .psd, .jpg, .png, .tiff. Not sure? Have a different file format? No problem. Our Art Department is standing by to help advise you or to fix up your artwork for print.


Our stickers are printed with a 9-Color Printing Process. With this process we offer incredible print and color quality and can match most pantone colors. Because of this we can accept CMYK, RGB and Pantone colors for your artwork. If you have specific color matching needs, vector file formats with Pantone colors will yield the best results. Otherwise, just send us what you have and we will take care of the rest! Here is a link to the Pantone Color Chart.

Cut Lines

To properly set up a cut path, use a vector shape with a .5 pt stroke in 100% magenta. The cut path can have no sharp corners. Our standard corner radius is 1/8”. The minimum corner radius is .05”.