Monday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00 pm MST. But don’t be surprised if you catch us after hours working on the next project. If you’re picking up an order or trying to stop by late in the afternoon, give us a quick call so we can accommodate 303-200-0676
A sticker is a sticker is a sticker, right? Wrong! Stickers can come in all shapes and styles. All of stickers are custom made and as such we get questions on what kinds we can make all the time. Head over to our sticker styles page to view our guidelines on our different stickers!
Yes! We can send samples! There is a cost associated as we try to provide the best example and material for your project. Preferably, we are more than happy to have clients schedule a time to come to our office to be shown the different material options first hand and take a few samples home with them.
We specialize in educating our clients on our materials so it isn’t just the look they desire, but it will also last in the situation it will be living in. Providing a consultation on your project will help us accomplish getting you the right look and the best wear for the tear material.
Absolutely! Some of our customers are artists and graphic designers who need quality prints and we are happy to make these happen. Or, if you have the pieces you know you want worked into the design, we can work with them in a layout to make sure they are set in the best location for your needs. If it is a pre-designed car wrap or a specialty install, please note that we may have to include layout fees to make sure your design is a proper fit to where you want it to live. We do require proof of Copyright or permission or licensing for reproducing protected graphics and artwork.
We know it's not likely the answer you're hoping for but, it depends.
Our vehicle wrap prices vary broadly based on your custom needs and scope of work. Spot graphics and decals vs. full wraps or partial wraps, the vehicle year, make model, installation complexity, materials and more all factor into the price of our vehicle wraps. What we can tell you is we're committed to offering competitive rates and the best quality vehicle wraps in Denver you can get.
Site surveys are a critical part of ensuring you get the best quality and professional finished product.
A site survey very simply is a formal surveying from our team here at Ink Monstr™ to ensure proper dimensions are used for quoting as well as design and proofing our your final product. Without a site survey there are many variables that are unknown which can impact the quality of the final product so we always recommend scheduling a formal site survey for applicable projects.
There can sometimes be costs associated for site surveys and these can have a broad range depending on time, travel and equipment required to complete a proper site survey but it's worth the investment and peace of mind. Not to mention you're protected from reprint costs due to measurement miscalculations if we do a formal site survey.
You can provide your own dimensions of course, but in some scenarios and projects this won't suffice without a proper site survey. However, if we do proceed with customer provided dimensions, Ink Monstr™ is not liable for reprint costs due to incorrect dimensions.
Deposits are required on all custom projects. We are as committed to the project as you are and payment upfront ensures that our in-house team has all the tools they need in order to begin your design and project production. All deposits are applied to the total price of the project. If we quote a certain number of design hours on a project, and you give us the guidance so it is knocked out sooner, those fees will be applied to production. After you have approved the proof of your project, we will send an electronic invoice to the email provided and you can easily pay online with a credit card. You can pay for your order anytime before receiving your final product. For rush orders we require payment upfront before we begin production as well to cover material costs.
Depends! Most cases, we're 5-7 business days turnaround time from proof approvals and payment being received. That said, we'll also do everything in our power to hit your deadline, no matter how tight it is. In some cases, expedite fees will be applied if you need to cut ahead in production to hit your deadline!
CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black) is used in printing while RGB (Red, Green, Blue) is used for digital. The biggest difference is that digital uses colored lights which mix differently than ink. If your files are formatted for RGB and are getting printed the colors will print several shades different.
A rasterized images such as .JPGs and .PNGs. are made up of millions of little dots like in a photograph. With a rasterized image the image can only get so large before it looks pixelated and you can see the dots it’s made up of. A Vector image uses lines and complex math so that no matter what size you change the image to it won’t look blurry. Learn More
Logos should always be a vector image and are usually in an .ai, .eps or .pdf file format. Photographs (Rasterized images) should be at 300 DPI (Dots Per Inch) and saved as .jpg/.jpeg, .psd, .png, .tiff, .bmp or .gif.