Station Fire Memorial Park
Commemorative Brick Fundraising Campaign
To honor, to gather, to celebrate, to pray, to support, to educate, and most of all to remember our 100 Angels. These have always been the goals of a permanent memorial at the site of the tragic 2003 Station Nightclub fire. Help pave the way for the permanent memorial by purchasing a personalized memorial brick. Memorial bricks will become a part of the Commemorative Walkways within the park.
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Below are the artwork guidelines when providing custom logos to us for engraving.
Preferred Graphic Formats: Vector Based Drawings* – These files can be resized with no loss of resolution. This is the preferred format for all logo work in the engraving process.
- EPS – Encapsulated Post Script File. (An EPS file can contain any combination of text, graphics and images. Since it is actually a PostScript file, it is one of the most versatile file formats that are available.)
- SVG – Scalable Vector Format File. (SVG allows three types of graphic objects: vector graphics, raster graphics, and text. SVG images are scalable to the size of the viewing window and will adjust in size and resolution according to the window in which it is displayed without loss to resolution).
- AI – Adobe Illustrator File. (AI is a proprietary file format developed by Adobe Systems for representing single-page vector-based drawings in either the EPS or PDF formats. The .ai filename extension is used by Adobe Illustrator.)
- PDF – Portable Document File. (PDF is commonly used as a format to exchange data. Vector graphics in a PDF, as in PostScript, are constructed with paths. Paths are usually composed of lines and cubic Bezier curves, but can also be constructed from the outlines of text).
- *Rasterized files saved out as EPS, PDF, SVG or AI file formats are not authentic vector based drawings. Vector Based Graphics must be submitted in their originally created format.
Other acceptable formats*: Rasterized File Formats – Also known as bitmap images are made up of small dots known as pixels which when viewed from a distance blend together to create an image. These files are usually low resolution and compressed to reduce file size, this compression reduces image quality.
- TIFF – Tagged Information File Format. (This is a bitmapped or raster file format that is used by image editing and paint programs. It can be accepted for art. Minimum resolution of 300-600 dpi).
- BMP – Bit Map Image File. (Is literally a map of all the bits (also referred to as dots or pixels) in an image editing or paint program file. Each individual pixel is assigned a specific location. Minimum resolution of 600-1200 dpi).
- JPEG – Joint Photographic Experts Group. (An industry standard file format that compresses a photographic image to a fraction of its original size. The compressed format omits some information and limits our ability to manipulate the file in the art department. Minimum resolution of 400-600 dpi).
- *Using “other acceptable formats” may incur additional production costs due to time spent converting low resolution image (rasterized file format) to vector artwork to be used in the engraving process.