Super Special Screen Printing



In order to provide high quality printing, we need high quality art! Although there are many software programs than can create or edit images, very few of them will result in the level of detail that we require to produce quality prints.

Let us know if you do not have art in one of our specified formats, as we will happily create something for you, or re-work your existing art to our requirements. Please ask for a quote.


  • We accept art through our online artwork uploader, email, CD, DVD, USB and portable hard drives.
  • Our art team use Adobe CS products, so native format files are especially welcome. (.ai, .psd).
  • Please note that the Microsoft Office Suite does not generate acceptable artwork, (.doc, .xls, .ppt), and it is best to avoid jpeg and png files (.jpg, .png) as they are not designed for high-resolution graphic output.
  • All raster images must be supplied at 100% final size at a minimum resolution of 300dpi

We match colours using the Pantone Matching System (PMS) and accept references codes from the following colour guides:

  • Coated (C) 
  • Uncoated (U)
  • Fashion+home (TPC,TCX)

If you do not provide a specific colour preference, our team will do their best to match the colours in your final artwork.

Mock-ups and Positionals
When providing an image of how you would like the artwork to appear as a finished product;

  • Size the art as close as possible to scale, this will help make final placement more accurate.
  • Give positional measurements relative to the closest seam, (e.g. CHEST - 100mm Below Neck)
  • Make sure your print colour references match the final art as submitted, (e.g. GREEN — 382 C)

If you are supplying your own garments, please specify the fabric type or specific fabric composition (e.g. T-shirts are 100% Cotton, Sweats are 85% Cotton/25% Polyester



  • Check that your artwork file/s meet our specifications for submission.

    Place all of the relevant files, including: Final artwork file, mockup (if you have one) and any linked files into a folder. Label the folder with your project name.

    Then Zip archive the folder.

  • Please check each box to confirm

  • Please check each box to confirm