Vector Logo Options
You may find it difficult trying to explain how you need your logo redrawn into vector. Therefor, to make it easier, you can use this simple guide below.
Hopefully there is an example below that matches your requirements. .
There can be lots of different reasons to have a logo or graphic redrawn into a vector format. It may need to be converted for engraving, etching, signage, large format banners, vehicle graphics, T-shirts and embroidery and many more uses. This will also mean they will need to be redrawn in different ways to suit the purpose.
Here are some common usages and examples of how your logo may need to be redrawn to suit the purpose you require.
Just let us know the number from the examples below
1. Exact Copy
Because the original logo doesn’t include any special effects or gradient colours, it was possible to reproduce this logo exactly as the original and is 100% vector.
2. Vector Line Drawing
Simple line drawings are often used for many different purposes, such as engraving. This is a single black stroke line and the white areas within are actually transparent.
3. Black & White
A 2 colour black & white image. This example was placed on the grey background just to show the white. We would normally supply the vectors without the background.
4. White Logo Only
This example was placed on the grey background just to show the white. We would normally supply the vectors without the background.
5. Single colour Vector
This is single colour black only. The white areas are not white, but transparent. There are lots of different uses for this, such as vehicle graphics engraving and metal work.
6. Logo with Gradients
We can usually replicate logos that have gradient colour effects. These are not 100% true vector and usually suitable for full colour print. Although they appear as vector and retain the scalable properties. (Still remain sharp when enlarged).