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ILLUSTRATION

I make illustrations for all kinds of situations and a variety of clients. My illustrations can bee seen in everything from Magazines, newspapers on various topics and subject matter. Inside books for kids and my designed book cover for several book publishers. Advertizing & ad agencies internal and external material, storyboards for movies and commercials, as well as informative and technical material. For example the Swedish Fire Protection Association.

GRAPHIC DESIGN LAYOUT

I am a illustrator and graphic designer, and with this in mind I make not lenghty book layouts of text, but instead that extra that catch the eyes of buyers and readers. For example covers of books, posters and so forth. Contact me for more information when you are ready.

VECTORISING

Vectorizing logotypes is one of the extra services I offer to new and established clients. As an illustrator & graphic designer I make vectorizing logotypes of highest professional standard. Please read more under vetorising on this page.



















PRICES VECTORISING
Price ranges from 795:- SEK (Swedish currencie + VAT added for Swedish clients. Also called (moms).

795 SEK is aprox. 79 euro.

Ask for reference price via
stefan@canvas.nu  



VECTORING IS´NT JUST LOGOTYPES - its any image in need to be vectorized. From small to Large format.
Price is based on the image or logo complexity. How much work involved. If you live in SWEDEN I will charge a minimum of one hour's fee + VAT - which is standard procedure in SWEDEN.

If your/company is outside SWEDEN, I charge price including or without VAT and the price you see here posted.
In addition to this NO entry fees, hidden charges or similar. The price is fixed and agreed in advance.

S vector logo or other image file formats available in:
CDR, EPS, AI, PDF - vectorized format suitable for printing and can be resized without quality deterioration.
JPEG, GIF, PNG - Web & digital use
And TIFF, if desired



Click image fro reference of vectorsing vs bitmap & drafts


PRICES VECTORISING
Ask for offer via stefan@canvas.nu  
Price from 795:- + moms (VAT). (Swedish crowns)
Price in euro equals aprox. 79 euros + VAT
for Swedish clients.


Price is based on the complexity of the work needed on the image in question. 1 hour work charged (700/70  Swedish/Euros) is the minimum. Part from this no hidden fees. Price may be a fixed price upon agreement beforehand.


Your vectorised image/logo will be delivered in these fileformats: CDR, EPS, AI, PDF  - All fileformats suitable for print and resizable up and down without loss of quality.  Files may also be delievered in formats suitable for webb & didigtal media: JPEG, GIF, PNG - Webb & digitalt bruk. And of course for print: TIFF.

VECTORISING, WHY?
You may need a print original of your logotype. Make an image suitable for for your company summer t-shirts and workware.  Having an illustration that explaines your products and workflow, for a printed or web based broshure. Maybe you simply need an illustration for any kind of concept not here mentioned. that still need to be a vectorised format. Its not all about logos.

A true vectorised image is rezisable up and down without quality loss. And a bitmap if not suited for the job will look blurry where a vector looks sharp and crispy.

A bitmap, like a photo have a limit to how much it can be resampled in size, whereas a vector isnt, basically.

There a true vectors as I call it and there are non-true. For me a true vector is made properly, wheras a non-true is not. From me you get true vectors.

You may need a print original of your logotype. Make an image suitable for for your company summer t-shirts and workware.  Having an illustration that explaines your products and workflow, for a printed or web based broshure. Maybe you simply need an illustration for any kind of concept not here mentioned. that still need to be a vectorised format. Its not all about logos.

A true vectorised image is rezisable up and down without quality loss. And a bitmap if not suited for the job will look blurry where a vector looks sharp and crispy.

A bitmap, like a photo have a limit to how much it can be resampled in size, whereas a vector isnt, basically.

There a true vectors as I call it and there are non-true. For me a true vector is made properly, wheras a non-true is not. From me you get true vectors.