A new generation of digital printers offer the ability to reproduce artwork on a variety of specially treated substrates, including canvas, flag, and Poly-satin. This new method of printing is not only popular and cost effective for original works of art but virtually identical reproductions at a fraction of the cost, especially when produced as limited editions. Archival inks yield accurate color matching and are known to outlast traditional printing and photographic output. Prints are available up to 60 inches wide. We use great tact to ensure the precise combination of printer, paper, and ink to produce long lasting prints.
Digital canvas printing, also known as Giclee printing, is designed to simulate the characteristics traditional canvas art with high definition printing. Although primarily used indoors, canvas can also be displayed outdoors temporarily. Clients have many options with canvas including a matte or glossy finish, framing, or hanging with grommets. Prints are available up to 60 inches wide and can be stretched over a wooden frame or hung. Distinguishing the original from the duplicate could be a challenge.
The benefit to using flags is that the graphic is viewable from both sides of the material, one defined image on the front and its opposite on the back. Flags are generally sewn with a pole pocket and are easily customizable to size, but can be hemmed to a banner. Flags are used both indoors and outdoors. The lightweight quality of the material allows the flag to sail and wave in the wind.
Because Poly-satin is a lightweight and compactable textile, it is widely favored for indoor large trade show table covers, pop-up displays, and draping artwork on walls. Poly-satin is a 100% woven polyester fabric with a satin finish and can be hemmed as well as grommeted and hung as a banner.