Usually material (other than text only) for reproduction. Finished artwork or mechanicals are usually completed camera ready and include and type matter in position, as well as halftones in the form of pre-screened prints.
Source materials required for the CD or cassette labels and the corresponding packaging. These include photographs, rendered artwork, fonts, etc. For screen printing, label art work should be delivered to MUSIC MANUFACTURING SERVICES on positive film, emulsion side up, one film for each color (i.e. CMYK) on the label with register marks in the centre and on all four sides.
The complete material including type, pictures, diagrams and photos from which film is made for production of printing plates. Artwork can be digital or manual. Accepted digital formats include .ai, .eps, high resolution .pdf and high resolution .jpg.
An illustrative and decorative element, such as a photograph or a line drawing, used in a printed publication, such as a catalog. B2B catalogers as well as B2C catalogers have artwork. With Apsiva's art workflow, you can communicate with your internal and external photo studio or graphics team
This is type, line art, drawings, etc., mounted on a board or produced on a diskette, giving color requirements, size, and all necessary specific directions. Photographs should be provided separately, but indicated in exact size on the art board or a "dummy" mock-up. back-bone (binders) This is the spine of a binder or the supporting part at the back to which the front and back covers are attached. It's the part you can see when you place a binder on the shelf.
illustrative material intended for reproduction, usually supplied in electronic format. Also refers to camera-ready art or copy, prepared by a designer, artist, photographer, retoucher or assembly person, that is sent for pre-press assembly.
The original design, including drawings and text, produced by the artist. All elements of the design from which the black and white art and printing plates are made; also refers to all of the black and white production art.
An accurately scaled pattern which is used with producing the technical engineering drawing artwork photo master or photo mask(s); a product consisting of an image on the stable base surface. The proper description to define artwork and must include the required specification for tone and orientation; these specifications impact subsequent photo processing operations AND/OR usability.
This is the High Resolution, accurate, finished desktop publishing material itself, which is ready for print or Screen. It contains the real images and words properly prepared according to the method of publication.
The digital files provided by the client or designer for output of either your print files for insert, traycards or packaging; or output of the film required for your disc silk-screen label. These files may include photographs, rendered artwork, fonts or vector images. Photographs used in the creation of the artwork must be saved as CMYK/process files.
The creation of pieces of art such as illustrations or graphic design. Ascender: The part of a lower case letter that extends higher than the x-height. i.e. the upper vertical stems seen in the letters b or h.
a sample of the final print ad, point of sale display, or direct mail piece as it would appear/be received (All text must be included. The term artwork can also be used for television or radio advertisements as they aired. Tapes of final spots must be accompanied by a printout of the script.)
The pictorial or graphical elements of a software product. Artwork can be simple (a button or an icon) or complex (an illustration, screenshot or splash screen). Artwork can be included in the software, Help or documentation components of the product.
A photoprocessing tool used to fabricate a printed circuit board that consists of an accurately scaled image of the required pattern on the surface of a stable transparent film base. Confusingly, as well as describing the photoplotted film, the term â€˜artworkâ€™ may refer just to the Gerber files used to drive the photoplotter, but is also often used to include other documentation used by a board house to manufacture a bare printed circuit board such as the NC drill file. See master artwork set. The artwork description should include specifications for quality and orientation which will affect subsequent photoprocessing operations and/or usability .