We get to see a lot of beautifully designed labels cross our presses, and we love seeing the expression of every designer's creativity. That said, when it comes to submitting custom label artwork to Planet Label that will cruise on through pre-press review and approval on the first try, there are some definite do's and don'ts to configuring, preparing and sending your artwork files. We're here to provide you the specific direction and resources you'll need to keep your (or your client's) project on track and moving forward. Our goal is likely the same as yours: to get those beautiful custom-printed labels in-hand, on the product and on the shelf to wow target customers as quickly as possible!
As far as we're concerned, part of our job is to help make your job as easy as possible, so we've compiled a sizeable toolkit for you to help create, configure, and submit that custom label artwork with a minimum of fuss. Here are the resources we've collected for you.
Covering topics from accepted file types to image resolution, color conversions to crop marks, this is your place to get the in-the-weeds details for setting your artwork up for success. View our artwork setup guide.
While you might come up with a problem we've never had to solve, it's increasingly likely we've covered at least some of your questions with other designers before. Cruise through our FAQs and see if we can help answer something on your mind. If not, we’re only a chat, phone call, or email away.
We put together a one-page guide to give you a quick overview on how to meet our press-ready requirements.
What makes Planet Label different is that we really care. You're not just another designer; it's not just another label. You're trying to tell a story, and we want to help it come to life. No matter if this is your first time through the process, or if you're a seasoned pro, we're here for you.
If you're not finding the answers you need, or aren't sure you're asking the right questions, we're only a phone call, email or live chat away. We want to help you knock your label artwork out of the park. Don't hesitate to reach out.