How To Upload Artwork
Send Original Artwork, Photos, Clipart at 300 DPI, at the size you want printed. Resolution of any image is very important for high quality printing results. If you want the highest quality printing, you should supply images with a resolution of at least 300 DPI at the final printed size.
Please make sure that all background colors are set to transparent. Do not send artwork with backgrounds representing the shirt color! Make sure that any Bitmap Images including cut and paste images have clean edges, especially on dark or colored fabrics. Photographs of printed shirts are not considered artwork.
Upload files up to 2GB. Send any size file quickly, easily and for FREE! NO E-Mail size limitations, NO FTP servers and NO sending disks overnight!
Our E-mail Address is: Service@123Shirt.com
We prefer: Ai, EPS or CDR Vector Art file types. We accept most popular file formats including CDR, Ai, PS, EPS, PSD, PDF, DOC, PPT, PUB, BMP, JPEG, GIF, TIF and many more. WPS and SIG file formats are unusable. If you are going to send a bitmap file, PNG file formats preserve background transparency, while some JPEG do not.
Convert ALL fonts to Outlines or Curves: When sending a Vector Art File (Ai, EPS, PS, PDF, CDR or CMX), convert fonts for TEXT to OUTLINES, CURVES or PATHS to reduce the possibility of font conflicts. Otherwise, we will need your custom font file, if you want us to PRINT or ADD text, without your unique font file, we cannot load or recreate the text. Fonts are found in the folder WINDOWS; subfolder FONTS, simply attach the font to your e-mail for download. If you have trouble attaching a font directly from the font folder, you can create a copy of the font by opening your font file folder in a small window and then drag that font to your desktop where you can then attach it to an email. We can only use font files with a file extension of TTF or OTF. If your font is MAC based, find your FontBook and send us the DFONT file.
Please VERIFY all dimensions of your printing by e-mail. We do not assume or rely on any measurements in artwork files, many times there are no measurements or they are inaccurate! You need to specify the overall size of ALL printing in inches.