Banners & Signs


Design and Print Banners & Signs at the Seayside Gallery

How It Works

When you ask us to design your banner or sign

Tell us what you want your banner to say.  You can do this in an e-mail or in person at the store. Provide photos, pictures or a sketch to be used in the design.
A proof in the form of a digital file will be provided for your final approval before the print is made.

When you have the digital file with the layout of your banner or sign

E-mail your file to us using the File Upload page under Digital Printing on this website at
Or bring the file into the store saved on a CD or Flash Drive.

Before the Banner or Sign is Made

The sizes that are proportional to the design will be discussed for the final print size. Print materials are selected based on the final usage of the signs or banners.

Ready to Print

The banners and signs are printed to the required specifications.  Installation techniques are discussed and assistance is arranged when requested.

Types of Print Materials for Banners and Signs

LexJet Poly Select Light SUV
is an elegant, lightweight, water resistant, 100% polyester fabric with a very tight, barely discernible weave with a satin finish.
 Measuring 7.5 mils thick and weighing 145 g/m², it combines a nice smooth feel with a bright-white surface ideal for reproducing colorful, finely detailed
 images and designs. It drapes beautifully for picture perfect table skirts and backdrops. LexJet Poly Select Light SUV is also a good choice for backlit displays,
 POP displays, store signage, trade-show graphics and banner stands.

HP Heavy Textile Banner
is a woven media that combines durability, versatility, and recyclability.
This smooth polyester banner is flame resistant, making it safe for a variety of indoor uses, such as window displays or indoor drapes

LexJet 7 mil Absolute™ Backlit
is a translucent, 7-mil polyester film that enables anyone with a pro-model aqueous inkjet printer to produce stunning backlit graphics.
The instant-dry, matte-finish coating on the front surface of the film produces a super-wide color gamut for brilliant colors and sharp details.
The instant-dry coating also helps reduce the waiting time between printing and laminating and reduces the risk of damaging the prints while handling them.
Applying a pressure-sensitive laminating film is recommended to keep the prints from being damaged during installation in a lightbox.


About Ruth Burke

As a professional art photographer, Ruth Burke has many publishing credits to her name. Her images have been featured in national and regional books and magazines such as Conde Nast Traveler, Texas Highways, Metropolitan Home, Bay Runner and Gulfscapes.

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