September 21, 2018
    Image Upload Guidelines and Instructions 

    These are our Upload Guidelines and Rules. Please read carefully and completely. If you place an order with us that violates of any of the following rules, your order will be paused. This will delay your order until we are able to communicate with you, and agree on a resolution. We will cancel your order after attempting to contact you 3 times.

    Image Upload Guidelines

    Ink Correct advocates freedom of expression. As long as they are not intended to harm other people. Everyone has a different concept of what is funny. What is offensive and what is inappropriate is different for different people. We will not print certain custom art submission or words. Your finished product is a reflection of you and your business, as well as our business and who we are. Therefore we will not print any of the following:

    • Symbols associated with hate, racism or discrimination
    • Any joke or phrase associated with hate, racism or discrimination
    • Images depicting acts of hate, racism or discrimination
    • Anything that advocates animal abuse.

    Upload Your Images

    • Click here to launch our Online Design Lab
    • Choose the product you wish to work on first
    • Click on “Upload Image”

    Make sure the art file is saved in a manner that compatible with our systems. High resolution (300 dpi) .jpeg, .png, or .gif image file. If you have a editable file you can flatten and save it as one of the formats mentioned above.

    Use the Online Design Lab to place your artwork on your virtual product. Make adjustments until you reach your desired result.

    Images, Photos, Logos, or Illustrations Found on the Internet

    You may only upload images if you have proper permission. If you are the designer or artist and/or the person with legal rights to the image, logo, photo or illustration, then you have the right to use the image as you please. If you are not one of these people, you will need to have the image owner’s permission in writing to protect yourself from any damages resulting from a legal licensing dispute.

    By submitting, saving and placing an order with Ink Correct, you are acknowledging that you have the right or proper legal permission to use any and all uploaded files. You accept all liability for the use of any materials you upload. Anakella Group, LLC d/b/a Ink Correct’s liability will not under any circumstance exceed the purchase price of the products sold. We reserve the right to verify art permissions from any client. We may also cancel any order when a client cannot verify his/her right to use the materials in question.

    Be advised that licensing inquiries will prolong the time needed to process your design. This will delay your production and shipment.

    How Big Your Images Should Be

    For best results, all uploaded images should be as big as possible. We use a hi-resolution print system and requires all images to be very large. Therefore, final result will be a great looking product with a crisp print.

    How big is big enough?

    The photo, logo, illustration or image should be at least ¾ the size of your computer screen when viewed at its actual size. Assuming you have a fairly normal size screen, or if you know pixels, it should be at least 2400X800 and 300 dpi. Especially if you want the image to cover the bottle opener completely. This guarantees your custom item will have the finest print quality possible.

    Do not use small images. For example, photos taken with a camera phone or website thumbnails. If your images that are too small to be used, we will contact you to discuss redesigning your item and your order will be delayed or possibly cancelled if we are unable to reach you.