What logos are suitable for printing onto workwear?

When it comes to workwear, having your logo printed or embroidered onto t-shirts is a great way to create a unified look for your team. However, not all logos are suitable for printing onto t-shirts. In this blog post, we'll take a look at what types of logos work best for printing onto workwear t-shirts.

  1. Simple Logos

The best logos for printing onto t-shirts are simple and easily recognisable. This means logos that use just a few colors and clean lines. If your logo is too complex or has too many details, it may not translate well onto a t-shirt. This is because the printing process can only replicate a certain level of detail, and complex logos may end up looking blurry or pixelated.

  1. Vector Logos

Vector logos are ideal for printing onto t-shirts because they can be scaled up or down without losing quality. This means that your logo will look just as good on a small t-shirt as it will on a larger size. If your logo isn't already in a vector format, it may be worth having it converted before sending it off for printing.

  1. High Contrast Logos

Logos with high contrast are perfect for printing onto t-shirts because they stand out and are easily visible. This means logos that use a light color on a dark background or vice versa. Logos with low contrast may not be as visible, especially from a distance.

  1. One or Two-Color Logos

One or two-color logos are great for printing onto t-shirts because they are easy to print and cost-effective. If your logo uses more than two colors, it may be more expensive to print onto t-shirts, especially if you are printing a large quantity.

  1. Logos with Bold Fonts

If your logo includes text, make sure it uses a bold font. Thin or intricate fonts may not translate well onto t-shirts, especially if they are printed at a small size. Bold fonts are more visible and easier to read, making them perfect for workwear.

In summary, simple, vector, high contrast, one or two-color logos with bold fonts are ideal for printing onto t-shirts for workwear. If your logo doesn't fit these criteria, it may be worth considering redesigning it or having it adapted for printing onto workwear. By choosing the right logo, you can create a professional and cohesive look for your team.

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