Using bleeds in printing is widely used and for good reason: to prevent white slivers if your graphics extend all the way to the edge. By extending your artwork background color or design all the way to the outer edge will prevent the dreaded “White Slivers” on the edge of your graphics after it is printed and assembled. More on this later but let’s dive in to the what the “bleed” area is on your trade show graphic artwork templates.
Today I am going over a commonly misunderstood part of the design process for preparing artwork for your Banners and Displays. I am talking about ‘Bleeds In Printing’. Sounds kinda harsh right? It’s not.