How to set up your artwork for a bleed.

If you are creating artwork that has no margins (artwork that extends all the way to the edge of the printed piece), create a bleed. Bleeding artwork means that you extend it past its margins preferably 1/8". If you aren't sure how to do this talk with the designers at Henry Printing, so they can recommend [...]

Why your printed proofs look different from screen art.

Most printed materials use CMYK or spot colors as their color profile. These inks are combined in the printing process by forming small rosettes which create the illusion of a complex color. Pantone spot colors are universally known ink colors with specific mixing instructions to ensure the color matches each time. RGB color stands for [...]

Things to keep in mind when creating art for Print.

When creating artwork for print, there are a few things to consider. All images to be used in print materials should be at least 300 dpi. Artwork that extends to the edge of the printed piece must include a “bleed”. This means extending the artwork past the final trim by 1/8".