Supplied Vector Art

A lot of business already have their logo in a usable vector format. If you already have your logo in a usable vector file, great! We can use that art and there are no art fees to be paid. And why should there be a fee? You’ve already had the hard part done for us!!

Your graphic artist should have given you a couple of different formats (.ai, .cdr. eps) and should have given you a full color version and a monochromatic version of the art. If you are wanting a single color print we will need the monochromatic file. We also need all fonts converted to outlines so we don’t have to worry about having the font already.

Don’t know what files you have? Send them all to us. We can take a look at the files and let you know which one we need or if none are actual vector files. We promise we won’t print your logo without your okay.

Artwork Services

Most people are not artists (it’s okay, we understand, not all of us at Mr. Tees are artists either) and need someone to put something together for them. We can do that! And not to brag (totally going to brag here), but we’re pretty good at it!!

We have an artist on staff that is great at what she does. You can stop by most days and talk to her about what you are wanting done. She works in Adobe Illustrator and can piece together something just for you!!

It does, however, take time to put together the perfect piece of art for your project. Since art is time consuming and does require some skill, we do charge an hourly fee to put together the art for your project. 

Generally, if you already have a good idea of what it is that you are wanting, it takes about an hour of artwork time to get it put together and get a proof ready for your approval.

If you are unsure of what you are wanting or if there are a lot of changes to the art, it can take more time and that’s okay. Just keep in mind that we may need to charge a bit more.

Ultimately, we want you to have a finished project that you like and can help to walk you through the process and get it all figured out.

***Artwork for screen printing needs to be in a vector format. Vector format is art files that have been created in a graphic design program. JPG files, screen shots or other files not created in a graphic design program cannot be used and will either need to be recreated by our artist or converted using a outside service. You can see the previous blog post regarding vector art vs raster art for more information on the different file types.