How should I provide hardcopy artwork?
All artwork that cannot be given to us electronically should be scanned and preferrably vectorised. A printed copy should be provided in order that we can give you the best quality possible.
Hardcopies should be printed on non-textured bright white paper at 1000 dpi when possible, as this will give the best quality; 600 dpi will provide good quality and 300 dpi will provide acceptable quality. The image should be as large as possible within an A4 area, as this allows us to scan your artwork and provide the best quality reproduction and results.
Hardcopies should also be a clean, colour or black and white laser printed copy.
If printed artwork fails to meet these requirements, quality may suffer. Examples of printed artwork that may fail to reach these requirements include letterheads, photocopies, inkjet printouts as well as business cards and faxes.