We can create artwork from customer supplied sketches, photos, and other copy that can be scanned. The cost to design labels for clients is dependent on the nature and complexity of the design. If the label design is simple and consists of a few lines of type and/or simple line drawings, there may be no charge for artwork. A small amount of artwork is normally included in the initial cost of a new label. We always inform customers if any additional charges for artwork apply.
DETAILS & FINISHES
We have a wide variety of ways to make your label unique! You can choose one, a combination or none:
We can create custom foil stamps where you can choose from a wide selection of foils to give your label that extra "bling" or "pop"
We can create custom embossing to give your label a unique texture.
Choose from glossy or matte.
Give your label extra protection with laminate in either glossy or matte.
We can print the highest quality labels from customer furnished digital artwork generated by MAC or PC equipment. We can utilize the following application software to create the negatives and plates necessary to print our clients’ jobs:
• Adobe Illustrator CS5.5 (preferred file type)
• Adobe InDesign CS5.5
• Adobe Photoshop CS5.5
• Adobe PDF (See PDF Guidelines Below)
Following these few simple rules will help ensure your job is produced quickly and accurately.
• Make sure all colors are in the CMYK color space, and that PMS colors are defined as "Spot" in the application's Swatches pallette.
• When possible, use only Type 1 Postscript and OpenType fonts. Truetype fonts can be used, but are not preferred. Do not use Multiple Master fonts.
• If submitting PDF files, make sure files are exported or "Distilled" using a press-quality setting where colors are in CMYK and images are a minimum of 300dpi.
• If submitting native application files, perform the "Package" or "Collect For Output" command under the file menu. Also collect all fonts used in the document and any linked graphics.
• If submitting files in Adobe Illustrator format, choose "Embed Image" in the Links palette for any placed images.