Frequently Asked Questions
1. How long will it take to produce my posters ?
This depends on the quantity and size. Small quantities (less than 10 posters) should be dispatched within 48 hours (excluding weekends). Please contact us for turnaround times for larger quantities.
2. What freight cost is involved?
Freight is fixed at $16.5, regardless of the number of posters or size. We ship via Australia Post Eparcel. This service offers online tracking and signature on delivery.
3. Why are your posters superior?
Many poster printers are using either signwriting or dye based printers. Sign-writing printers are normally 4 or 6 colour. This restricts the colour gamut (number of colours that can be printed). Dye based printers can product very good colour, but tend to fade and colourshift within a couple of weeks.
We use high-end, fine art printers with 9 cartridges. This creates incredibly vibrant, accurate colours that will last 30-75 years.
In addition, we use photographic quality paper. This product is archival for 30 years, 260 gsm weight and prints beautifully.
4. Is there a minimum order quantity ?
No, you can order 1 poster or 1000 posters. If you are ordering over 100 posters of the same artwork then we would recommend contacting a traditional printer with a printing press. You will save money this way.
5. What size posters can you print ?
We have no set sizes and can print anything from A4 to 127cm x 30m.
6. How can I be sure the colours in my poster will be correct ?
We have created over 100,000 canvas prints and fine art prints for hundreds of professional photographers, interior designers, graphic artists and the general public. We operate a professional colour workflow that includes custom printer profiles and regular monitor calibration.
7. Do you offer laminating for my poster ?
Yes, if you are planning on keeping your posters for the medium to long term then we would recommend having your posters laminated. This offers additional protection against moisture, abrasion and fading.
We offer cold laminates which are much more robust than traditional hot laminating. Cold laminates are similar, but much thicker, to clear contact. We offer both satin and gloss.