Contact us here or give us a call at (281)962-1013. We’ll meet with you virtually or in person to communicate the scope of the project and your vision of the end result.
Once we have an idea of what you’re looking for, we’ll generate a list of product options for you to choose from if you don’t already have a specific product in mind.
A preliminary statement of the order, subject to change. Mockups can be produced at this stage to help you visualize the potential end results.
An official statement for you to approve final product quantities, sizes, colors, imprint methods, and in-hands date.
Once we finalize the sales order, we’ll start designing art for your order. If your order involves text content (such as a brochure or business cards) we ask that the client provide that information.
Feedback & Edits
Once the initial design has been developed you will receive an art review. If the design needs changes, this is the step in which that communication is passed along.
When the final art has been approved we will send the order to production.
After the order has been shipped or collected and received by the client we’ll send you an invoice for the order and close the project. Feedback and suggestions for improvement are always welcome.
Raster art vs. Vector art
- Raster images are pixel based and do not scale beyond their defined resolution. Raster file types: JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, BMP, *PDF
- Vector images are formulaic and scale infinitely. Vector file types: AI, EPS, SVG, *PDF
- *PDF files can contain either vector or raster files.
Standard PMS Colors
Common Imprint Methods
Screen Print/Silk Screen
Ink is pressed through a fabric screen onto the product surface. Each ink color requires a different screen.
Design is transferred onto a silicon pad before being printed onto the product.
4 Color Process/ Digital Printing
Laser or ink printing, best for small batches.
Ink transferred to rubber roller before being printed on paper, best for large print orders.
No color added, design is pressed or raised on the product material.
Etching of a substrate material, usually metal, through the use of a laser apparatus.
A decoration method using thread and sewing machines to produce a digitized design, usually for apparel products.
A computer printer using heat to transfer dye into materials, usually fabrics.
Hot Foil Stamp
Application of pigmented foil onto the product surface through use of heat.
Heat Transfer Vinyl
Vinyl adhesive transferred to substrate with heat. Great for small orders and personalization, typically used on apparel and fabrics.