Can you resize my artwork for me?

We accept all artwork formats, but the ability to scale up artwork depends whether it is vector or raster format (artwork can always be scaled down regardless of format).


Vector artwork is infinitely scaleable, while raster artwork has a set amount of pixels.

If you’re using raster artwork, we recommend that your image be at least 300 pixels per inch (PPI). For example, if your image is 600 px by 600 px, then 2" x 2" is the largest print you should go for (600 px / 300 PPI = 2").

If you place an order with artwork lower than 300 PPI we will attempt to redraw it from scratch if it is relatively simple. However, if your artwork is especially complex, we will contact you to request a higher quality version. If you are unable to obtain a higher quality version of your artwork, here are a few things you can do:

  1. If your artwork is an illustration, you can use the Image Trace tool in Adobe Illustrator. This will convert your raster image into to a vector image.
  2. If you are using a photo in your artwork, you can use Google Images to find a higher resolution version (make sure you have the proper rights to use the image).
  3. Consider ordering a smaller size. You can use our PPI calculator to determine the largest acceptable print you can go for based on your artwork.