Richard M. Sessa
All-County Apparel Artwork Requirements: What You Need to Know
If you're ordering custom apparel from All-County Apparel, one of the most important things you need to consider is the artwork you provide. The quality of your artwork can directly impact the quality of your printed apparel, so it's important to make sure you meet All-County Apparel's artwork requirements. Here's what you need to know:
All-County Apparel accepts artwork in the following file formats:
Vector files: Adobe Illustrator .ai, .eps, or .pdf
It's important to make sure your artwork is in the correct file format, as this can affect the quality of the printing. If you're unsure if your file is in the correct format, reach out to All-County Apparel for guidance.
For raster files, it's important to provide artwork with a resolution of 300 DPI (dots per inch) or higher. This ensures your printed apparel will look sharp and clear. If your artwork has a lower resolution, the printed apparel may appear pixelated or blurry.
All-County Apparel can print up to 7 colors per design. It's important to provide your artwork in the correct color mode:
Vector files should be provided in Pantone (PMS) colors.
Raster files should be provided in CMYK colors.
It's important to note that All-County Apparel can only guarantee color accuracy for orders with Pantone (PMS) colors. Color matching is not guaranteed for orders with CMYK or RGB colors.
When providing artwork, it's important to consider the size of your print. All-County Apparel can print up to 14 inches wide by 16 inches high. It's important to make sure your artwork is sized appropriately for your intended printed apparel.
Meeting All-County Apparel's artwork requirements is key to ensuring your custom apparel looks its best. Make sure to provide artwork in the correct file format, resolution, colors, and sizing to help guarantee a high-quality printed product. If you have any questions or need guidance, don't hesitate to reach out to All-County Apparel for assistance.