It's not unusual for people to have images that aren't quite print ready. Sometimes you see an image on the internet that you really want a sticker of or something else and so you download it. Other times a designer designed your logo or artwork a long time ago and all you are left with is some version that is not quite as useful as the original file the designer used when making the files...and you have no options of different file formats or larger, good quality sizes.
We can help.
See samples of our different levels of vectorization below.
When the process is done we will deliver a .AI or .EPS file to you that is vector type graphic and can be used from that point on to give to other printers of your graphics. This kind of graphic can be used as small as possible or as large as a skyscraper without loss of quality.
Here is a sample with 5 variations based on the client's instructions. You get to keep each vector file variation and can use them to have custom products created, such as: stickers, banners, business cards, stationary, shirts, mugs and much more!
Our client took a photograph of their business sign and had us design a vector graphic for a custom license plate frame. You can order custom license plate frames here.
Our client's original graphic is on the left. The vector graphic we created is on the right. It's not easy to see the significance of getting a graphic vectorized from images of this size. The graphic that was sent to us was about 350 x 415 pixels. Printing at 300 dpi, you could make a 1.2" x 1.4" sticker made. If you wanted to have a larger sticker made, the quality and detail would diminish quickly every square inch. Vector graphics will never diminish in quality no matter the size of sticker or banner we print on. You can see an example of this in the zoomed in version of the graphic below.
A scanned image from a sketch on a piece of paper was sent to us and here's what we came up with:
Here is another vector graphic created from a scanned sketch: