Sticky Back Sign
I saw this temporary sign in the San Jose airport yesterday as I was returning from vacation in California. It was on a big blank wall in front of a store in the airport, announcing what store was coming there soon.
Usually we suggest using our Wallboard Vinyl as a temporary sign. It has a “sticky note” adhesive on the back that comes off without leaving a residue. But, it lasts for years if needed.
It’s easy to install too! It comes with a peel-and-stick release paper that let’s you slap it up in a jiffy. You can lift and re-position it easily too. We think it’s a great answer to your needs for a temporary sign.
Lead time is a few days, and it’s affordable! Give us a call and we’ll make a temporary sign for you!
Direct Printed Sign
This “No Trucks” custom sign comes in really handy during mud season in New Hampshire! It’s direct printed on OmegaBond, a common sign material that is a sandwich of aluminum on the outside and high density plastic in the middle.
Using a digital printing process as we do allows short run custom signs to be made from almost any computer program. We support those from Adobe and all the common graphic design programs, and you can always send us a pdf and we’ll print from that. The design of this sign was done in PowerPoint, which makes a perfectly adequate pdf.
You can order a short run custom sign online by calling us at 603-536-2900 or toll free at 800-590-7850.
Here’s an affordable way to do a tabletop trade show display– use a trifold foamcore poster!
The trifold foamcore poster is a 48 wide 36 tall poster printed on 3/16 thickness foamcore board. We then score it 12″ in from each side, and fold it to ship as 24×36″.
Set the trifold foamcore poster on a table, fold out the wings, and voila- you have a very affordable trade show display on a tight budget.
Since we print a lot of these for medical research presentations, the easiest thing to do is order them at postersession.com, our website for scientific poster printing. Best of all, the price is $99 including ground shipping!
We printed these terrific museum graphics for our good customer Castle in the Clouds in Moultenboro NH. If you are ever up this way, it’s worth a visit!
The museum graphics are displayed in the carriage house, which has been turned into a very nice restaurant with a spectacular view. The museum is in a corner of the building, and has a lot of historical photos and artifacts from the property.
We print museum graphics for people all over the country, let us do some for you!
credit: Jeffrey Ringel
We printed these fantastic photo enlargements for our good customer Jeffrey Ringel, who took them in Antelope Canyon, Arizona. They are 32×48″ in size, and printed on gloss paper. The customer is displaying them by mounting between sheets of plexiglass.
We do a lot of photo enlargements here! Often they are done for companies who want to show pictures of their products or buildings.
The good news is that most modern phone photos will work for going up to fairly large size. They take 12 megapixel images, which are roughly 3000×4000 pixels. You can print them at 36×48″ size quite successfully. When you want to do a photo enlargement from your pictures, give us a try! You can enter your order online on our web site.
Trail Sign with Map credit: Equinox Preservation Trust
Here’s a trail map sign we printed recently for our good customer the Equinox Preservation Trust in Vermont. These were direct printed on OmegaBond, which is a sandwich of aluminum on either side of hard plastic.
I don’t know about you, but I often find myself at a trail junction in the woods without a trail map. We printed 15 of these trail map signs, and they put them at the trail junctions around the property. That makes life a lot easier for the hikers using the trails!
One thing I like to see on these trail map signs is the “You Are Here” designation. Sometimes you get to a junction, and you really don’t know which one you are at!
It’s easy to have trail map signs made! Send us the artwork of your trail layout, and we can do the rest. Lead time is a few days. Call us and we’ll help you get your trail map signs started.