'Pixelated' is the term used to describe low-resolution artwork.
The degraded artwork will appear made up of small, square-like blotches - pixels - and any detail will be distorted.
Pixelation occurs when the 'dpi' in an artwork is small. For print, it is recommended that the 'dpi' on an image is 300.
Providing our Design Team with high-resolution, vectorised images will ensure the print quality is brilliant every time.