Custom Graphics Guidance

Pricing and Options

Custom Topsheet:              $100 (your artwork) / $varies (our artist)
Custom Printed Base:        $120 (your artwork) / $varies (our artist)
Custom Die-Cut Base:        $165 (your artwork) / $varies (our artist)

Your Artwork Means:
You provide print-ready artwork, sized appropriately for your board using the graphic template we provide, and meet ALL graphics requirements listed below. 

Our Artist Means:
You provide our designer with the images, ideas, color schemes, and text you’d like to be included and they will arrange, edit, and compose the design on the template. It includes 2 hours of design. Additional fees may apply for complex or time consuming work. Meet our graphic design experts 

How To Submit and Order a Board with Custom Graphics

Your Artwork:

Step 1: Complete a Get Started form and finalize your board specs with our engineers via email.

Step 2: Request a Graphic Template for your exact board specs from the engineer you worked with or our graphic designer

Step 3: Design your graphics and follow all requirements listed below. See video tutorials at the end of the page for further assistance.

Step 4: Submit your completed artwork files to for approval

Step 5: Once your files are saved and approved, place your order online and choose custom graphics from the drop down menu

Our Artist:

Step 1: Complete a Get Started form and finalize your board specs with our engineers via email.

Step 2: Consult with our in-house designer and provide the images, ideas, colors, and description of your vision, hand sketches of layouts are helpful. Video meetings can be scheduled to discuss ideas and look at images together with the artist

Step 3: Our artist creates your vision and sends you the image for approval, or you can request changes. Cost includes 2 hours of design time, additional time for complicated designs or extensive change requests is $30/hr.

Step 4: Approve the final design of your board and place your order online. Select “Donek helped me create my artwork” from the drop down menu

Printed Graphics Requirements

  • Acceptable File Types: Illustrator, SVG, or JPG or TIF file that is 150dpi in RGB color. NO Photoshop files.
  • All artwork must be submitted as a vertical rectangle, with the tip of the board at the top and the tail at the bottom
  • Artwork must be the full extent of the outer rectangle of the template – DO NOT TRIM THE ARTWORK TO THE SHAPE OF THE SNOWBOARD
  • For Illustrator files and SVGs:

– All text must be converted to outlines to avoid missing fonts

– All Linked images must be embedded to avoid missing links

– The board outline template must be on a separate layer labeled “Board Outline”

Topsheets are available in carbonium or gloss texture
Photographic or illustrative artwork is fine
Unfortunately we cannot do Metallic or dayglow colors

Base Graphics Tips

Think of die cutting like a coloring book – only distinct regions of color are possible we stock black, white, red, yellow, and blue base material, you must work only in these colors you are limited to 15 inlayed pieces/parts

Printed base graphics tend to be a bit blurry so avoid fine lines.

Graphics Submission Example

Board Shape Templates

Download one or more of the available templates to help get you started.

Graphic Editors

There are many choices of graphic editors which can produce your image in one of the accepted formats. There are free and low-cost options, as well as, full-featured commercial products. An internet search for “Vector Graphics Editors” will give you an exhaustive list, however, the following Wikipedia page lists many of the available editors.

Vector Graphics Editor Comparison

Adobe Illustrator Tutorial

Learn how to prepare your custom artwork with Adobe illustrator.


Learn how to prepare your custom artwork with Inkscape.