Large Format Printing and Large Format Signs in Brooklyn, NY
When you think of using a commercial printer, often that means things like postcards, brochures, small yard signs, and other smaller printed pieces. One of the things that set Park Press Printers apart from other printers is the ability to print large format pieces for Brooklyn, NY. How big can they go? Well, banners are no problem. Bigger? They do full vehicle wraps. Bigger still? They can do billboards. Need it even bigger? They can print building wraps. Yeah, that’s definitely big!
Large Format Signs in Brooklyn
“Large” is a relative term depending on what you need printed. Signs come in all different sizes, but generally, they could be referred to as large. You might need a sign printed that will end up on a large pole, advertising your business. Or you might need a larger sign that will fit on a billboard or hang off the side of a building. No matter what size of sign you need, Park Press Printers can accommodate your project.
And don’t forget that if you need your large format sign installed, Park Press Printers has a full team of sign installers that can help get the job done. This is just another reason why Park Press Printers should be your choice for all of your printing needs. They can handle your projects from design to installation and everything in between
Large Format Printing in Brooklyn
When you need to have something large printed, one of the important questions is whether this will be used outdoors or indoors. When you have something large printed that will be indoors, it will have a relatively easy life since the conditions are not harsh. But when you have something large printed for the outdoors, you want it to last for a while and stand up to the bright sun, strong winds, and pounding rain.
Depending on what you are having printed and where it will be used, you may need to have it printed on vinyl or even fabric. But no matter what material you use, you will have a sign that will stand up to your needs and look great.
Some products branded, invented, or patented in Brooklyn include the deep-fried Twinkie, Sweet’N Low, teddy bears, the country’s first roller coaster, the first bank credit card, and Nathan’s Famous hot dogs. Frederick Law Olmsted, the designer behind New York City’s Central Park, also designed Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. When asked which park he preferred, Olmsted said his Brooklyn creation was the nicer of the two.