Ace Banner has been manufacturing custom fabric displays since 1916, right here in Manhattan. We bring old-world traditional banner making methods such as applique and silk-screening together with digital techniques 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.
The following images show a backdrop we made for Mount Saint Michael's 90th Anniversary. The backdrop was digitally printed and then attached to a pop-up stand that closed down into a package about the size of a piece of luggage.
As can be seen in the photos, a step and repeat design is a great way to develop photos that keep your brand up front.
We recently made this fabric backdrop banner for EatIdeal.com, a startup that offers grain-free, Paleo-friendly granola. The fabric banner is 8 feet tall and 10 feet wide and was made using the dye sublimation technique. Thanks so much to Rachel for forwarding these images to us (and the granola, too!)
This "hop-up" or "snap-up wall" makes setup and takedown of a large fabric step-and-repeat easy! Ace Banner made this banner for PBS using a wide format dye-sublimation process. The entire wall closes down to approximately the size of a piece of luggaes and requires no tools to setup.
This is an example of an outdoor advertising banner, made using the applique process. The banner is anchored using top and bottom poles -- a popular way of installing banners. This banner was made for the Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist
The following banner is an example of a table banner that extends over the top of the table, as opposed to just the front. This banner was digitally dye-sublimated onto a matte polyester fabric for Braking AIDS, a non-profit that organizes bike rides to raise money for AIDS research.