Yes, it can be confusing sometimes. Our company is MegaPrint Inc., but when you do an online order for a research poster, it happens at postersession.com.
The reason is simple. We wanted to create a web site that just talked about our printing of scientific research posters. It’s a big part of what we do, and we didn’t want to clutter the site up with vinyl banners, trade show graphics, etc. So, we made a site that just talks about research posters.
We hope that makes things easier, and most of the time it does.
Still, people ask if we are MegaPrint or Postersession. The answer is, we are really both! When we charge your credit card, you’ll see it on your statement as MegaPrint Inc. Our emails will have a return address at megaprint.com. The rest, like your order confirmation, comes from postersesssion.com.
If we confuse you, we apologize! We did it to make things easier, and hope it does that for you.
Here’s a great way to communicate the mission of a company: custom wallpaper that lets everyone know why they are here.
In this case our customer, Evergreen Rehabilitation, installed this beautiful wallpaper to let everyone know what the place is all about. It makes the building more attractive too.
Custom printed wallpaper turns a blank wall into something special- try it in your office!
Coming Soon Graphic
Here’s an affordable and attractive way to announce a new store- using our wallboard vinyl as a temporary sign. This installation was in an airport, but it could just as easily been in a mall, sports venue, or other transportation center.
Since wallboard vinyl has “sticky note” glue, it goes up fast and when the time comes, it comes off easily leaving no residue. Since it’s all digitally printed, it can be done quickly and affordably.
Often, there’s construction going on behind the walls or windows, and this is a great way to hide that from the public as well as announce what will soon be there.
Mural or Not?
At first glance, this looks like your typical wall mural of birch trees.
Upon closer inspection, it is all old computer parts ty-wrapped together to look like birch trees. It’s a very interesting piece of wall art, and I really enjoyed it.
Of course, if you need a dozen of them, our wall murals would do the trick and be a lot faster and less expensive to produce.
Worst case, you take a photo of the original art and print it as wallpaper!