Vectorizing these iconic photos sort of gives new life to them, and adds a sort of artistic touch. The look and feel are changed slightly but effectively.
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The difference between bitmap images and vector image is clear… especially with samples like this one where the bitmap image is so low resolution that even at a small size the details are blurred and unclear. The customer had a white outline also added to these designs for printing on dark shirts (having outlines and lettering added can be done for no additional charge, as long as it is within reason).
Designs of this complexity can be done for the standard $14. If you would like your artwork redrawn in the vector format please sign up for a free account and upload your file through the “Vectorizing” section on our website: CopyArtWork Signup Page
Here is a logo for a gateway academy redrawn in vector in Corel Draw, set-up for printing. The customer took a picture image of the “HGA” logo and had it vectorized as well. It is usually better to supply the original image to have vectorized, in this case the stitch-out was sufficient due to the simplicity of the design.
If you would like your artwork redrawn in the vector format please sign up for a free account and upload your file through the “Vectorizing” section on our website: CopyArtWork Signup Page