You can upload images in two ways - by using the Bulk Upload Artwork button located under the product image or Upload Artwork button located underneath the SKU on the right-hand side.
Bulk Upload Artwork Button
Single SKU Image Upload
If you’re creating a product that has only one variant and two print areas (for example, an XS T-shirt, with Center Front and Center Back printing) you can upload your artwork in two ways - by clicking on Bulk Upload Artwork Button or Upload Artwork button and selecting the image and the print area you’d like to place it on:
Multiple SKU Image Upload
If you’re creating a product that has multiple variants and two print areas (for example, a T-shirt in multiple sizes, with Center Front and Center Back printing) you can upload the same image for all front sides of the T-shirts at once and also select the one you’d like to be uploaded on the backside of all of the T-shirts.
Once an image is uploaded, the Upload Artwork Button under each SKU becomes Replace Artwork button, enabling you to replace the image for a particular SKU.
Upload Artwork Button
If you’re creating a product that has multiple variants and two print areas (for example, a T-shirt in multiple sizes, with Center Front and Center Back printing), and you’d like each size to have different artwork, you can do so by clicking on Upload Artwork Button under each SKU.
Please note you’d need to do it for all of the variants individually. To do so, please click on each SKU box on the left-hand side, then click the upload images button below it.
When an image is uploaded, there are a few things to consider to ensure the highest quality prints on your products. Some possible issues that can occur include:
Small Image Size
The image is smaller than the recommended resolution, and as a result, may be stretched or blurry when printed.
Wrong number of input images provided (some SKUs require more than one image, e.g. for images on front and back)
While submitting images with the correct image specs is not necessary, if not done correctly the final printed product may not come out as you expected. The image specs we provide are based on the manufacturing partner's recommendation to ensure the highest quality printed product. You can find all the necessary specs in our Product Catalog.
The Hub product creation process will let you know when your DPI is too low and we recommend keeping your artwork at or above 300 DPI for optimal printing if you choose to resize your design.
Each time you upload an image with a lower resolution than recommended, you will get a warning message. If everything is to your liking and you decide to proceed with the image as is, it's possible to save the product.
If your artwork doesn't cover the entire print area, our back-end image processing will automatically add transparent edges to make up for the difference in image size, and update the resolution to the recommended one. Please note that this doesn't mean originally blurry images will become sharper. You can find more information on how to create high-quality image files in this article.