A logo of a fish. Cut in self adhesive vinyl and applied onto a shop sign. The artwork came in as a small poor quality jpeg file. The customers original artwork was lost at their printers. We took the jpeg image and digitised it using Corel Draw version 12. After digitising it and converting it to a vector image we saved the artwork in four different formats for future use and to give a copy to the customer for free. It was saved as a corel draw file, eps, ai and pdf files.
Vector files are required for cutting logos in vinyl and they are useful with digital printing as well. The quality of a vectorised logos and lettering remains the same what ever size it is cut or printed at as long as the digitising was done properly.
The fish were cut between 250mm and 300mm high. Black vinyl detail was cut and then stuck onto the white vinyl sticker. It was then mounted onto the shop front sign. There were two different fish which were digitised and cut.