These notes are general artwork guidelines ONLY.
For specifics, please contact our
before developing your own artwork.
Please reference the clock style number when contacting us.
Artwork on CD, email or FTP (pending file size restrictions).
can be PC or Mac in the following formats: Adobe CS5 or lower
(Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign), QuarkXpress 5.0.
EPS, PDF, TIFF and JPEG are also acceptable formats produced from
the above mentioned programs.
Graphics/Logos, etc. should be in vector/line-art form.
Rasterized artwork should be submitted at 300 DPI, 100% to scale
using CMYK color format.
EVERYTHING submitted in RGB format will be
converted to CMYK and colors WILL change.
All JPG, JPEG and non-vector artwork should be provided in a high-resolution format with a
print width greater than the face of the clock. We cannot increase
the size of your artwork. We can only decrease the size. Please make
sure your artwork is at least 300 dpi. and has the correct print
We prefer .eps files.
Text should be converted to paths to insure proper opening.
Also include Pantone information for all artwork that requires
Pantone color matching.
If electronic artwork is not available, camera-ready artwork is
Additional charges may apply for non-electronic artwork.
FREE Virtual Proofs
are provided based upon your specifications. We will provide a
Virtual Proof (usually within 24 hours) of your clock design. You
can make changes to the design as needed. We will continue to
provide a Virtual Proof until you are satisfied. Please try to
submit your complete specifications with your first request.
We do have artwork templates for some of our clocks. Please ask your
salesperson if you need a template. Templates are not necessary for
us to align your artwork. If you send us your artwork, we can
create a virtual proof to show you how your logo will look on the
clock. Your artwork can be "full bleed" which means the artwork
extends to the boundary of the clock face. The artwork must be
created in high-resolution with a printable area larger than the
clock face. We cannot convert low-resolution artwork to