CMYK is one of the oldest methods used for reproducing full colour designs. Much like your desktop inkjet printer, the print process involves overlapping halftone dots in the colours Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black (or key for “K”) to create a full colour design. Typically, this process is only used on White garments as the inks used for CMYK printing have a low density/opacity to allow the overlapping of colours to blend.
ARTWORK PREPARATION TIPS
CMYK can be tricky, we recommend you provide the best quality artwork you have available and we’ll take care of the rest. It’s important we handle this so we can tweak the varying colour levels to ensure the best possible print out put on press.