Illustration and Design
VINYLINES LLC provides professional graphic design, illustration and vectorization services using various techniques to create and recreate artwork into what's called vector art. Vector art can be scaled infinitely large or small and be used by machines for a variety of things including cutting vinyl which is how we make our decals. From this same file we can also create paint stencils and heat transfers for t-shirts.
Other Vector Art Benefits
The same vector path we use for creating decals can also be used as a starting point in converting the design into 3D which can then be printed using a 3D printer. If your interested or need 3D printing please visit www.plastiBUILD.com which is a new site and service by Tyson Veen, owner of Vinylines.
Here are a few things we have helped customers design:
We offer unique one of a kind graphic designs professionally illustrated as vector art, press ready graphics or any digital medium such as the web, film and video. If you need something custom designed please contact us or use the image vectorization link below to submit an image idea for us to get started with.
A lot of images can be converted into some kind of vector art and there is a number of different software conversion tools out there for a DIY approach but this doesn't always work or needs further refinement after conversion. This service will fully convert an image into true vector art, just submit your image for conversion into vector art here.
Starting a new business or need a logo designed for something else, we can help create your unique brand identity. Our logos are created using vector paths so that it can be used for a great many other purposes. If you need a new logo, symbol or other identifying mark visit this page.
If you already have a logo and need that design vectorized we can convert your existing image based logo into something that can scale and be used for other purposes.
A Note About Font Conversions
Fonts and other hard angles or very precise designs have a hard time converting and will always require illustrating unless a rough or grungy look is desired.