Short answer: that depends. Long answer: we'll reach a price based on the scope of the work, the size of the art, and any requested details. Once I get your request I’ll either send you a quote or ask for more info to narrow it down. Once we agree on a price a 50% deposit is required to secure your spot in line.
I use Angelus Shoe Paint,Angelus Paint Brushes and finisher to give your shoes the professional durability and color pop deserve! The paint is scratch resistant and waterproof. Cleaning is so easy, all you need is a rag, water and softly clean away!
If you already have a pair of shoes you want us to paint, yes you can send them in. But generally we purchase the shoes.
The current wait time for painted shoes is around 4 weeks. That includes ordering the shoes online, getting them shipped to us, doing the artwork and shipping them to you. I will update this page as the wait time changes.
Submit a request on the Custom Kicks Order Form page.
All sales are final. Please double check your shoe size before ordering. If you have any issues, please contact me.
Shipping labels are printed and boxes are generally shipped next business day. Please allow 48 hours from shipping notification confirmation to track package. International shipments are sent via USPS First Class International which generally do not track all the way to the destination.
Sure. If I post your shoes when I'm done I can tag your Instagram username. Just let me know what your username is in the 'notes' at checkout.
Feel free to send me a message as we do take on other custom projects depending on what it is/within my ability to do so. I've customized skateboards, bags, etc.
Prices depend on many variants, but you can be sure you are getting a great value for your design project. Design jobs are charged by the hour. Typical graphic design projects are $75/hr. or a flat $100 for a small to med setup job. We also bill in 15min increments for web work. If you have small changes to a pre-existing file that takes 5 min for a quick update, I will charge the min amount of $35. Web site work starts at $75 per hour. You won’t find that with some of my competitors.
During our initial logo meeting, we first begin by discussing the client’s ideas, target market, and uses for this logo. I then ask for samples of existing logos that the client likes or dislikes to get an idea of their taste. Sometimes the client already has a design concept in mind. Other times, they have no idea what they want. Either way, I make sure we have collected enough information before we begin work. My logo design service is very straight forward. If you’d like to see extra concepts after our initial three ideas or if you need a couple logo designs for multiple companies our service can be priced according to your needs.
A finished project is yours upon receipt of final payment. At your request, we will supply the electronic files to you on CD, dropbox, or through e-mail. We also keep a copy of your project on file for later updates or should you lose your copy.
As a non-agency,I listen to my clients from the start. I encourage the client to bring in any samples, color combinations/swatches, and ideas they may have to help us get an idea of style before starting to work with new clients. During the design process, the client is asked to approve certain colors and fonts before work continues. Once the design project is ready for print I will submit a final proof for the customer’s approval before submitting to production. Once a job is in production, the job cannot be cancelled. At the conclusion of a project, the client may request the artwork in various formats if payment was made for design services.
I can usually accommodate your rush job depending on how full our production schedule is however, a rush fee may be added. Call us to find out.
Simply use my online estimate request form. Otherwise, the best way to ensure that I get all the information necessary to do an accurate quote is to give us a call and speak with me.
Every job is different. Some jobs can be produced in minutes while some may take several days to complete. Let me know when you need your job completed and I'll let you know if it can be done. I go to great lengths to meet even your most demanding timelines.
The Portable Document Format (PDF) is generally the preferred file format for submitting a document for printing as it works with virtually all professional printing and digital output devices. By design, a PDF file incorporates the information needed to maintain document consistency from system to system. Most other file formats such as Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and Microsoft Word are easily converted to PDF format.
The technology of design, layout and printing has come a long way to the point where much of the work is done in a WSYWIG (What You See Is What You Get) digital environment. However, there are sometimes noticeable differences in color calibration and spatial conformity from monitor to monitor and consequently from screen to print.
The process for minimizing any variance begins with adjusting your monitor for optimal color and clarity according to the manufacturer's recommendations as outlined within its product manual or website. Doing this will alleviate a number of potential issues.
Beyond that, for the greatest conformity in color from screen to print, there are tools available that will ensure exact color calibration. Perhaps you have already invested in such a tool. If so, let me know what you use and we'll work with you to achieve the best results. If you are considering investing in a color calibration tool, talk to me first and I'll be happy to offer my advice.
A proof is a one-off copy of your printed document used for visual inspection to ensure that the layout and colors of your document are exactly how they are intended to be. A proof is made prior to sending the document to the press for final printing.
Typically, I will produce a proof that will be sent to you online in PDF format or on printed paper, which can be either viewed in our store or delivered to you in person. For multiple-color jobs, we can produce a proof on my output device to show you how the different colors will appear on the final product.
Your approval on the final proof is the best assurance you have that every aspect of our work and your own is correct, and that everything reads and appears the way you intended. Mistakes can and sometimes do happen. It benefits everyone if errors are caught in the proofing process rather than after the job is completed and delivered.
The basis weight of a given grade of paper is defined as the weight (in pounds) of 500 standard-sized sheets of that paper. With that in mind, here are different examples of paper grades and their respective basis weights:
Bond: Most commonly used for letterhead, business forms and copying. Typical basis weights are16# for forms, 20# for copying and 24# for stationery.
Text: A high-quality grade paper with a lot of surface texture. Basis weights range from 60# to 100# with the most common being 70# or 80#.
Uncoated Book: The most common grade for offset printing. Typically 50# to 70#.
Coated Book: Has a glossy finish that yields vivid colors and overall excellent reproduction. Basis weights range from 30# to 70# for web press, and 60# to 110# for sheet press.
Cover: Used in creating business cards, postcards and book covers. Can be either coated or uncoated. Basis weights for this grade are 60#, 65#, 80# or 100#.