Logos and Artwork: Raster vs. Vector

Not Just Pretty, a small-business branding blog just posted a nice explanation of raster vs. vector art as it applies to logos and other artwork used for imprinting promotional items. I would like to offer one small correction: even relatively low resolution pixel art is often okay for embroidery because a) embroidery is low resolution by definition, and b) embroiderers actually create a digital file specifically for embroidery that creates a stitch pattern, and the embroidery digitization can be done from most file types. Check out our imprinted product selection tips for more advice on logos and imprinting.

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