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 [...]
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 [...]
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".