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Building Banners

I spotted this vinyl banner in Old Quebec, which with it’s historical building requirements can make signage a challenge. What this museum did was mount the banner between two bars on the face of the building. It looked like a … Continue reading

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Outdoor Banners for Winter

We made this outdoor banner to advertise an event that will be held in the middle of January. Which, in this part of the country, means it will need to survive low temperatures and plenty of wind. If you put … Continue reading

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Vinyl Banners for Winter

Being in New Hampshire, we know a thing or two about winter weather. One is that regular vinyl banners become brittle and shatter at about 5 degrees below zero. Across much of the northern half of the country you will … Continue reading

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Vinyl Banners That Shed the Wind

When you put a good size vinyl banner outside, especially at this time of year, there are some things to know. First of all, you usually fix the top of the vinyl banner with a cable or chain, as has … Continue reading

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Across the Street Vinyl Banners

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