I created a .psd artwork on a t-shirt that has several "sponsor logos" on it sized at around 1x1inch each. I created the file at actual size with 300dpi.
I then got an email back from the printer saying that the logos have to be vector in order for the design not to come out extremely pixelated and blurry. Here was her response:
"Without vector artwork, the image will appear extremely pixilated, grainy and blurry, especially with the number of logos on the shirt. In most cases we could print and 300 dpi would work but because of the number of logos, these will have to be in vector to have a clear/crisp image."
Something about her explanation just doesn't seem right? Can anyone verify what she's talking about or should what I sent her be sufficient?