Artwork Requirements

To ensure the highest print quality and to avoid delays in the delivery of your goods, please consider our artwork requirements below when creating graphic art files.


File Forms Accepted
We accept vector files in .pdf, .ai, .eps, and .cdr format, created as high-resolution print quality with bleed. Unfortunately, we do not accept files in .jpg, .jpeg, .png, .gif, etc.


Resolution is the number of pixels within an image. Generally speaking, the higher the resolution, the better the final result of your job will be. Your images and logos must be supplied in high resolution to obtain the best possible quality and sharpness for your job. A minimum of 300 DPI is required.


PMS colours are to be named correctly within the artwork and noted on hardcopy or PDF proof to allow us to colour match. It’s essential to convert all of your images from RGB to CMYK before sending them to us; please do not supply images as RGB.

Artwork Quality

artwork quality

Outline Your Content

Please convert all contents to outlines. Without this, we accept no responsibility if any fonts, images etc., are missing.

Bleed and Dieline

Artwork requires a minimum of 3mm bleed outside of the die line.
Internal Bleed(Safe Area): We require 2-3mm of internal bleed on all files – that means you need to keep all your important information 2-3 mm from scoring and folding.
Bleed: If your document has a colour that prints right to the edge of the sheet, you must supply your file with a minimum of 3mm bleed. Bleed is the image area extending outside of the die line. This allows for a small amount of movement that may happen in production. This is a crucial step, and if not done the correct way, we may not be able to print your file.