How to set up your artwork file to upload on our Online T-Shirt DesignerCurrently our t-shirt designer only allows you to upload these image formats: PNG, GIF, JPG, BMP. We suggest your files to be setup at 300 DPI and uploaded at least 30 cm wide if your printing a full coverage on the t-shirt. Don't worry if your photo is not to scale, when your order comes through - our Design team will match and resize closely the size you need based on the t-shirt design proof.
If you want your image to be transparently printed (e.g. with no white in the background) we suggest you to save your image as a transparent PNG file. You will then be able to see the image preview on the t-shirt without the background.
Please also note that your file needs to be under 10MB in size for your file to be uploaded.
All images that goto print will be converted into CMYK before going to print. To get a more accurate view of how it will look before going to print - you can always check to see in your graphics program how it will look in CMYK.
We don't recommend you to upload your file in CMYK mode - as the image preview won't display in our t-shirt designer application. So please use RGB mode only.
The digital printing process cannot use Spot Colour PMS colours, but we can get close. All dark garments printed will be printed with 2 coats of white + colour - to ensure a vibrant colour print is produced If you feel that you want to send in a more specific file after you have placed your order, you can email us after with your order number and attach any high resolution files such as PDF or EPS files and we can use those files before going to print.
Any low resolution web images uploaded will be printed at the risk of the person uploading and we don't guarantee the best quality printing, if a low resolution file us used. If your unsure about the quality of your image - you can contact us and one of our team members will advise if your artwork is suitable for printing.
Remember - High Quality files means High Quality prints! Happy T-Shirt Printing.
Sending large artwork filesIf your file is too big to email across we recommend the use of websites such as:
To send through your high quality big files.