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Trapping Explained

When it comes to offset Screen-Printing, keeping layers of color perfectly aligned (registration) 100% of the time is next to impossible. Misregistration is an inevitability. How can you combat this and keep your artwork free of odd separations and white … READ MORE

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How It Works | Proportional Scaling

Here’s a quick tip regarding the function of artwork sizing known as Scaling. When you Scale a graphic proportionally, you’re either increasing (up) or decreasing (down) its overall surface area (Length x Width). To increase sizing of an image we … READ MORE

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ALIASES: VINYL DIE-CUTS

Standard Vinyl Die-cuts have lot of aliases and nicknames in the sticker industry and beyond. Here’s a list of common terms to avoid confusion and keep all of us on the same page. “Decals” Very popular among civilians. Its origin … READ MORE

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Sopinsky Creations | Spotting Pull

The year was 2012. We were contacted by artist Brandon Sopinsky to create Digital Die-Cut Stickers featuring his “Craola Bomb” and “Icky Mouse” graphics (see more of his work HERE). After some intense printing and wild cutting on the plotter, … READ MORE

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Ride On | A Standard in Die-Cuts

Welcome to Sticker Education. Your first lesson: the Standard Vinyl Die-cut. Often one color, these stickers are plotter cut directly out of sheets of colored vinyl. They are not printed. There are no white edges or background material. 1. When … READ MORE

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