Screen printers appreciate it when an artist sends a file that is already put into spot color.
This cuts down the time having to recolor from CMYK or RGB and most importantly help save your effects
such as lenses, meshes, gradients etc. the way you want them.
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So you created your art design in Adobe Illustrator, so it should be vector art,
ready to print on a t-shirt….right?
Unfortunately, in most cases the answer is no.
Here at Garment Graphics we want to make your order process as simple and easy as possible.
Here are some tips to help you or your artist get your awesome design ready for printing.