HOW DO I SUBMIT CUSTOM ARTWORK?

First, let’s talk about resolution.

DPI, or dots per inch, is a measure of the resolution of a print. The higher the dot density, the higher the resolution of the print or scan. Typically, DPI is the measure of the number of dots that can be placed in a line across one inch, or 2.54 centimeters.

The higher the DPI, the sharper the image. A higher resolution image provides the printer and printing device more information. You can get more detail and greater resolution from an image with higher DPI.

A lower DPI will produce an image with fewer dots in printing. No matter how powerful your printer is, a low-resolution image doesn’t provide enough raw data to produce high-quality images. The ink will spread on the page, making the edges look fuzzy.

We recommend submitting all custom images at 300 dpi, but if your images are lower DPI, we may be able to work with them anyway. It all depends on the image.

How do I check the DPI and/or resolution of an image?

Most images that you download from the internet are likely going to be at 72 DPI.

This typically wouldn’t be high enough quality to print on a panel. HOWEVER, we have been able to use a few of these kinds of images in the past because of our proprietary image technology which uses artificial intelligence to upscale resolution on lower quality images. 

When you are ready to order your custom panels, please choose a panel size at the bottom of this page (244, 344, 444, Cascade, C64).  After choosing your mounting/lighting/thickness options from the dropdown menus, you will be prompted to upload an image. Please follow the instructions accordingly, and then add to cart. When you have added all of your products, you are ready for checkout.

If your image(s) are usable (meaning adequate resolution, aspect ratio which fits the sized panels you have chosen), we will contact you by email with a 3d mockup for your approval. Upon approval, we will put your order into the build queue. 

Download the style sheet with our formatting specifications:

, PSY Acoustics
, PSY Acoustics

Looking for art?

Don’t see anything in our catalog that you like but don’t know where to go for art? Check out Dreamstime, a stock image library with millions of images for you to choose from! Please contact us at info@psyacoustics.com with the link to any images you would like on our panels, and we will contact you as soon as possible to get your order started!

Download our Photoshop formatting templates:

, PSY Acoustics

244 Cascade

, PSY Acoustics

244 Landscape

, PSY Acoustics

244 Portrait

, PSY Acoustics

C64 Ceiling Cloud

, PSY Acoustics

444 Square

, PSY Acoustics

344 Square

HOW DO I SUBMIT CUSTOM ARTWORK?

First, let’s talk about resolution.

DPI, or dots per inch, is a measure of the resolution of a print. The higher the dot density, the higher the resolution of the print or scan. Typically, DPI is the measure of the number of dots that can be placed in a line across one inch, or 2.54 centimeters.

The higher the DPI, the sharper the image. A higher resolution image provides the printer and printing device more information. You can get more detail and greater resolution from an image with higher DPI.

A lower DPI will produce an image with fewer dots in printing. No matter how powerful your printer is, a low-resolution image doesn’t provide enough raw data to produce high-quality images. The ink will spread on the page, making the edges look fuzzy.

We recommend submitting all custom images at 300 dpi, but if your images are lower DPI, we may be able to work with them anyway. It all depends on the image.

How do I check the DPI and/or resolution of an image?

Most images that you download from the internet are likely going to be at 72 DPI.

This typically wouldn’t be high enough quality to print on a panel. HOWEVER, we have been able to use a few of these kinds of images in the past because of our proprietary image technology which uses artificial intelligence to upscale resolution on lower quality images. 

When you are ready to order your custom panels, please choose a panel size at the bottom of this page (244, 344, 444, Cascade, C64).  After choosing your mounting/lighting/thickness options from the dropdown menus, you will be prompted to upload an image. Please follow the instructions accordingly, and then add to cart. When you have added all of your products, you are ready for checkout.

* We recommend uploading custom images using a laptop or desktop computer.

If your image(s) are usable (meaning adequate resolution, aspect ratio which fits the sized panels you have chosen), we will contact you by email with a 3d mockup for your approval. Upon approval, we will put your order into the build queue. 

Download the style sheet with our formatting specifications:

, PSY Acoustics
, PSY Acoustics

Looking for art?

Don’t see anything in our catalog that you like but don’t know where to go for art? Check out Dreamstime, a stock image library with millions of images for you to choose from! Please contact us at info@psyacoustics.com with the link to any images you would like on our panels, and we will contact you as soon as possible to get your order started!