incorporating your existing logo into a new image
designing new text layouts
presenting your brand on lorries and banners: via mail, fax, colour
incorporating your own design
painting and/or printing the final design
producing self-adhesive letters for placement on fixed constructions
placing self-adhesive letters
What is the best way to submit your advertisement or request?
Designing and/or realising the text/logo:
If you don't have a clue about where to begin, the first contact our advertisement representative.
In case of text design, clearly state all the details that will have to appear on the tarpaulin.
You can also submit any font and colour that you might have in mind.
Provide colour references such as RAL or Pantone number, adhesive tape code (Avery, Macal, etc.), Sikkenscode, but no printing code (CMYK, RGB, etc)
Text with logo: A letterhead or your company card is sufficient for making the logo. Tiny print or design faults, which are not noticeable in a smaller version, could be noticeably disturbing when enlarged. Therefore, you should always check your logo very carefully and record any possible comments.
If your logo or design is already made on a computer, you can submit this in a universal format such as *.psd, *.tif, *.bmp,*.eps,*.ai,*.cdr or *.pdf. The most suitable vector formats for painting are *.eps, *.cdr and *.ai. When using these vector formats it is recommended to convert the text into lines (vector images) or to send a print in order to check the placement and the correct fonts.
Cd, dvd, ftp-server and e-mail can be used as medium on the condition that a PC can read the format. For uploading your specifications to our ftp-server, please ask us for our address and login code.
The files should be submitted by means of CD, DVD or ftp-server in a universal format such as psd, tif, bmp,
eps, ai, cdr, pdf (PC readable).
Recommended resolution of the full-size images:
* smaller than 1m²: 600 to at least 200 dpi
between 1 en 5m²: 200 to at least 100 dpi
5 en 10m²: 100 to at least 70 dpi
between 10 en 50m²: 70 to at least 50 dpi
between 50 en 100m²: 50 to at least 35 dpi
The aforementioned resolutions are of no relevance for vector images.
Always send a colour print according to the right colours that you want. If that's not possible, you can provide Pantone references.