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This weathering sign needed to be converted to a clean vector file.
This photo contains a logo that needed to be vectorized.
We are often asked if businesses should have their logo in vector format. The answer is a resounding YES! We are using an actual customer logo that we converted to vector format as an example of why you need your logo vectorized. The original logo (on the left side), develops very rough edges when enlarged. This is called pixelation. The logo may work fine on a website, or perhaps letterhead - but if you wanted to use it on larger applications (t-shirts, merchandise, billboards, vehicle wraps, etc.) it will distort and become blurry. Vectorization to the rescue! We take that original image and one of our professional artists will hand-convert the image to vector format. You can think of this vector image as a "master file". This master file, when used with the proper vector software (such as Adobe Illustrator), can be enlarged to any size without distortion. In the case when you need a raster image (such as a JPG or PNG), you can create the image at any size without pixelation using the master vector image.
This photo of a badge was converted to vector with no color - only black and white requirements.
This logo needed to be straightened out during the vector conversion process.
This lacrosse logo was extremely blurry. We analyzed the detail available and improvised on the netting to produce a very clean vector image.
We removed the background for this job and converted the monkey to vector format.