Ace Banner has been manufacturing custom fabric displays since 1916, right here in Manhattan. We bring old-world traditional bannermaking methods like applique together with digital printing technology like inkjet printing, solvent printing and dye-sublimation.
We also maintain the largest inventory of stock flags in New York City.
Our clients include the film and television industry, the financial sector, ranging in size from small startups to Fortune 500 companies.
Contact us today for help with your project -- you can walk right into our factory showroom.
This is a step-and-repeat banner we made for Mount Sinai Medical Center. The banner was digitally printed to a matte polyester fabric. Vinyl can also be used, but fabric lasts longer because it can be washed, iron and more easily repaired.
Also, fabric banners can be folded up, whereas vinyl banners must be rolled up to prevent creasing. This particular banner was displayed using a telescoping stand that can be broken down when not in use.
This is an example of an angled outdoor advertising banner we made for The Hewitt School. The design was appliqued to the base nylon fabric.
Here's a new stand that we've brought in-house. It's one of several vertical hop-up stands we made for Micato Safaris -- they always supply us with breathtaking imagery for the projects! This is a soft, matt polyester fabric banner that wraps around the front and sides of the stand.
The National Museum of the American Indian hosted a special two day art event featuring the work of over thirty Native artists -- including paintings, jewelry, pottery and more.
We recently made a fence banner for Boy Scout Troop 544 of New Hyde Park, and they were kind enough to send us a picture of their banner being used. Ace Banner has a few employees who were Boy Scouts so making this particular banner was a real treat.
This banner is an example of an appliqued banner and is finished with grommets.
Sophia’s Cure Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 public charity founded by Catherine and Vincent Gaynor shortly after their daughter was diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy. The foundation was created to assist in funding for clinical research towards finding a cure for SMA and to offer support to families affected by this disease by providing advocacy, awareness, education and support.
The banner behind them is our standard 8'x8' vinyl step-and-repeat banner.