Welcome to our online store!   You can order many wide format color products here, including banners, banner stands, signs, posters and vehicle graphics.

We have product groups based upon the way our large format printed graphics are used most.

If you have any questions we welcome your chat, email or phone call.

Below is important file format preparation to ensure your project is printed how you intended.

Accepted file formats


File Resolution

All files should be created at desired print size.  For example your 10”×20” board request requires a 10”×20” file.

If your design program doesn’t support the desired size, make sure you create your file at a scalable size, 25% or 50% generally works well.

Your desired print size file should be at least 150 dpi and a maximum of 300 dpi.

If you are creating your file at 50% of desired print size, your resolution should be at least 300 dpi for your 50% file to achieve 150 dpi at desired print size.

File Color Space

Convert images to CMYK mode as some RGB colors cannot be printed.

Fonts and Images

Outline fonts and embed images


If full bleed is requested, please add a bleed beyond the size to be printed. Generally an 1/8” all around.

Cut Paths

Ensure all cutline paths are on their own layer labeled “cutline”

Vector Versus Raster

In the world of digital images and design, there are two graphic formats: vector and raster. Vector graphics, which are the preferred format for files that are not photographs, are made up of points, lines and curves — or paths — containing colors, gradients and other editable effects. Raster graphics or bitmap images, on the other hand, are the preferred format for photographs and are made up of thousands of squares of color — called pixels.

Vector images: AI, EPS, PDF

Flatten all transparencies in your files and outline all fonts.

If you send a file without fonts outlined, we might not have the font associated with your text and will require the original font installation file.

Raster Images: JPEG, TIFF, PDF

Please flatten your image to 1 layer. “Up-Sizing” low quality images will result in artifacting and a fuzzy or distorted image. We cannot regain lost resolution of a smaller resolution file. The final product will be based on the quality art given.