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5 Tips to Properly Print a Poster

Header Image – Source Even with all the technological advances, there are things that will never stop being relevant. In this case, I’m referring to posters. There might be some doubts about this method still being effective or if online advertising has changed the game forever, but in reality, posters still have an important place, … Read more

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How to Hang Posters Without Damaging The Wall — or The Poster

The right posters can completely transform a room from bland and clinical to personalized and bursting with character. Who doesn’t love to show off their eclectic taste in music with band posters, or flex their cinema prowess with vintage movie posters? The problem is, while almost everyone has hung a poster or two in their … Read more

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7 Reasons Why You Need Printed Marketing Materials for Branding

In a Forbes article on the top marketing trends of 2019, creativity is identified as a key trend. At a time when it seems that web marketing and digital is the way forward, creative companies are finding print stands out. Standing out against the background noise is a dream result for your marketing strategy. You … Read more

Posters Frequently Asked Questions

How to frame a poster?

We get this question from time to time and to be quite honest we aren’t framing experts but we’ve taken some time to find some great articles and tutorials because dog gonnit we like finding solutions for our customers! A Written Overview The first article, from the Den Garden blog, gives you an overview of some different methods you can use to frame and eventually hang a poster. Read it here Popular Video Tutorial In case reading isn’t your thing and you prefer a more visual explanation here is our favorite how-to video tutorial on framing posters, courtesy of Robert … Read more

How to hang posters?

We understand yall are busy people. So we’ve spent a little time gathering some of our favorite resources for hanging posters. Let’s play hangman! Hangman does a great job in this youtube video showing how to DIY hang your posters to the max: Wiki-Wikihow you doing today? Now if your kids are sleeping and you’re trying to keep the volume down, then have a read at this Wikihow article which also does a good job of giving a step-by-step guide to beautifying your walls with groovy posters. A word from our competitor Still not sure, well check out a blog … Read more

How to make a poster in powerpoint?

For the love of Jeebus, please don’t use Microsoft Powerpoint. In 2019, there are so many professional and easy ways to layout your poster design. If you don’t have access or the knowledge, or that weird cousin who can show you how to use the industry standard Adobe suite, ie Photoshop, Illustrator, or InDesign, then do yourself a favor and go over to Canva’s website. Canva is pretty badass… Canva is a drag-and-drop online graphic design tool that allows anyone to easily piece together mega professional designs for print and web use. They also provide an incredible bouquet of design … Read more

How to make a poster?

Design It Print It Frame It Hang It Check out the individual articles covering each of these key steps in “making your poster great again!”

How to print a poster?

Option 1: Print Posters at Home There is an easy way to print large images as posters at home. It’s called “Tiling”. Adobe Acrobat, amongst other software, allows you to do this. Since they’ve written a great tutorial on this topic already, I won’t waste your time. (Read Article) Now, there are of course alternatives to printing it on your digital home printer. Option 2: DIY Screen Printed Posters You could (and you should) try at least once in your life to do some home screen printed posters. There is just something magical about pouring the emulsion fluid on the … Read more

What is standard poster size?

Well, when I was growing up and trying to get more than my mom and (3) friends to come to see my band, we would plaster the city with 11″ x 17″ posters. By my observation 11″ x 17″ posters are the most commonly produce poster size in the USA for a variety of promotional needs, not just Andy’s weekend punk rock show. But in the poster family of products, there are other standards such as the Movie Poster Standard Size of 24″ x 36″. As you might imagine, there was a big benefit for the studios and theaters standardizing … Read more

Do I need bleed for my large format design files?

Coroplast, PVC, Foamcore, Car Magnets, Banner Stands and Large Posters: We require a 0.5 inch bleed on all sides. If ordering at 24 inch by 18 inch, your file size should be 25 inches by 19 inches to allow for bleed. Loose Outdoor Banners, Indoor Banners and Canvas Banners: We request that no bleed or crop marks are placed. Make your file to the size ordered (or proportional). If ordering hems, leave a 2 inch safe zone on all sides. Expect to lose between 1/8 inch to 2 inches per side with banners. Polyester Banners: We require a 0.5 inch … Read more

When and how should I scale my artwork to keep the file in a manageable size?

While scaling your artwork can make it more manageable size-wise, it’s not always required to change size specifications. You should only use smaller scales if the file is too big. Here are different types of artwork and print materials, and how to scale each one: Vector Art Grand4mat can print large outdoor banners of up to 150 ft. x 16 ft., but most software nowadays will only create art up to 228 inches. Also, PDF reader and converter software like Adobe Acrobat have a maximum view size of 200 inches. This means you could lose a portion of the piece. … Read more


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