Full colour poster print on 7 mil matte photo paper. Completely custom size, to the fraction of an inch. Rich, vibrant colour.
We don’t force you to choose from pre-set sizes. Rather, you set the length and width in inches or centimeters. Print your favourite panorama photo or fit a large poster frame.
You are able to enter any size for large posters, in fractions of an inch, up to 50″ wide and any length. Super large format printing of 4.5 feet by 10 feet is conceivable and possible.
Measurements for Large Poster Printing: Convert Fractions to Decimals
Perhaps you measured your frame size and it is 20 5/8 inches. To enter the size in our order form, use a calculator to convert the fraction to a decimal point. 5 ÷ 8 = .625, so you enter 20.525 to get your desired measurement. More importantly, you design or crop our artwork to that size, too.
7 Mil Poster Paper
Elegant, coated paper with the look and feel of a light cardstock. This paper is not flimsy. It is a super smooth, high performance matte photo paper, designed for premium quality printers like ours.
Our quality inks, made for our machine, give you the benefit of high density, colour gamut, and detail on this brilliant paper. The resulting poster print is bold and will last for years without fading. The surface can take even heavy ink loads without cockling.
The poster paper is scratch and water resistant. Add a clear matte or gloss laminate over the inks and it doesn’t get better.
The most common large poster size is 24″ x 36″, and many frames and accessories are made to accommodate this size.
We print lots of posters for businesses, to advertise specials. Large posters are also popular for displaying personal art, motivational content, or photos.
Large poster artwork files should be the correct size for printing. Graphic files often cannot be enlarged to the size customers want the poster printed without pixilation.
pdf, jpg, or tif are suitable. png files need to be converted to pdf for printing and colours may change in the conversion from RGB to CMYK.
Proportions must also be correct to avoid any cropping.
If you have concerns about colour or cropping, it is best to request a proof. Printed proofs, viewed in the shop, will be of a portion of the image only.