Vector art is often used to create logos, icons and other types of graphics design elements because it can be resized without losing quality. Unlike raster images, Which are made up of a grid of pixels and can become pixelated or blurry when they are enlarged. Vector artwork is created using geometric shapes and paths with special techniques so it can remain smooth and sharp no matter how the image is resized.

Vector for Screen Printing

Vectors are commonly used in screen printing because they can be scaled up or down without losing resolution or clarity, making them ideal for creating designs that need to be printed at different sizes. Additionally, vector graphics can be easily edited and modified, allowing designers to create intricate and detailed designs that can be printed with precision.


Photo to Vector

Unlike the logo vectorization, converting a photo into vector format is a very advanced type of vector that needs advanced skills and experience in the field. When preparing artwork for screen printing, it's important to create vector graphics that are compatible with the specific software and printing equipment being used. This ensures that the design will be printed accurately and with high quality.


Mockup / Template

A mockup is a visual representation or model of a design concept that is used to give an idea of what the final product or design will look like. In graphic design, a mockup is a representation of how a design will appear when it is printed or displayed on a physical object such as a t-shirt, hat, business card, or different types of apparels.


Vector Color Separation

Color separation is the process of separating a multicolored image into individual color channels, It can be either spot colors or each representing one of the primary printing colors: cyan, magenta, yellow, and black (CMYK). The separated color channels can be used to create printing plates for each color, which are then used in the printing process to reproduce the full-color image. Color separation is commonly used in the printing industry, particularly in processes such as offset printing and screen printing, where separate printing plates or screens are required for each color.


Raster Image Color Separation (Photoshop-PSD Channels in Pantone / CMYK)

It's important to note that raster image color separation can result in loss of detail or resolution, especially when the image is enlarged. This is because raster images are made up of individual pixels, which can become distorted or pixelated when stretched or resized. To avoid this, it's best to use high-resolution images when working with raster image color separation.


Image Cleanup and Cropping (Photoshop-PSD / JPG / PNG)

Image cleanup is the process of improving the overall quality of an image by removing unwanted elements, correcting imperfections, and enhancing the visual clarity and appeal of the image. The goal of image cleanup is to create a more visually pleasing and professional-looking image. The process of image cleanup can involve a range of techniques, depending on the specific issues with the image.