Logos & Artwork

Turnaround Times:

Standard Turnaround from Approved Artwork & Design – 7-10 working days

Express Turnaround available on request (additional costs apply)

Artwork Supplied:

File format: PDF

File size: Based on your Stepnrepeat wall size ordered

Colour Profile: CMYK

Please allow a 75mm Minimum gap from the edge of your logos to the edge of the wall, so this gives you a 75mm border around your artwork.

All black colour (K) should be supplied at 400% CMYK, using all 4 colours at 100%

40mm bleed

No Crop Marks

Text / fonts: All text to be outlined or please supply the fonts used.

Not a Stepnrepeat design? no problem, please make sure you supply the image at 300dpi at full size, and supply as above.

Note: PSD Files are not a printable file format, you MUST save the PSD ( photoshop File ) down to a PDF with the details above.

Logos supplied:

When supplying your Brands, all Logos should ideally be Master files, Vector files ( PDF’s, Ai or EPS Format files ).

PNG files should be supplied with a transparent background at a minimum size of 2 megabytes.

If you are supplying Jpeg files, please ensure that you supply high resolution Logos at a minimum size of 2 megabytes, ideally vector files are needed if your wall background colour isn’t white.

When supplying your logos we can’t take any responsibility on resolution, we will do our very best to check all logos that are sent to us, but in some rare cases we can refuse to print due to resolution and quality, if you the client, want to proceed, then you take sole responsibility of the finished product.


All artwork must be supplied in a CMYK Colour Profile, if you supply an RGB File, sometimes our software will not pick it up and your items will be produced and the colour will be wrong.

Pantone Colours:

We do not print pantone colours, please convert your files before saving to CMYK, if you supply a pantone colour within your artwork, this will cause an error to your printing and the colour will be wrong, we can’t take any responsibility.


True / Rich Black

When creating your design, keep in mind that there are two types of black: Standard black and rich black. Standard black uses only black ink (100% K), whereas rich black contains elements of other colours (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow). Because rich black uses more ink, the resulting colour will be deeper and more saturated.


Setting up the Logos the right way


Design Option 1 Logo


Design Option 2 Logos


Design Option 3 Logos


Design Option 4 Logos