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.
We were the recent focus of a story by WNYC for their regular series titled 'Niche Markets' which details the various companies in Manhattan that specialize in unique markets or sell only a single product.
Click to here to read the story -- and thanks to WNYC for supporting a local business!
This retractable banner stand was fitted with a fabric step and repeat image for Columbia University. This photo was taken in our showroom on 27th Street in Manhattan.
Retractable banners are popular because the graphic rolls up inside the base, making setup and take-down of the graphic very simple -- requiring no tools. These setups are relatively lightweight and help dress up an event.
Most retractables are printed on vinyl, but in this case our client requested that fabric be used.
FreshGrad is an online employment service / SaaS (software-as-a-service) that delivers the most accurate job connections through a proprietary psychographic profile that creates unique insight into each candidate’s true skills and personality.
The Wounded Warrior Project's vision is "to create the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded warriors in this nation's history." What started out as a non-profit organization sending out care packages to wounded U.S. soldiers has grown into a comprehensive rehabilitative effort to assist warriors as they recover and transition back to civilian life.
We recently made a parade banner for the New York Chapter of International Front Runners, an LGBT walking/running club. Here's a group photo at one of their most recent runs. Banners are a great way to create a focus for your group, as you can see.
These appliqued banners were made for Barnes & Noble's Manhattan flagship store. You will notice that the top of the banner is angled to match the angle the pole. This differentiates the banner from a flag. A custom flag installed on the pole in this photo would be rectangular in shape (no angle on top) because flags are expected to wave in the breeze; whereas a banner is expected to move somewhat, but remain open and readable. This is why most flag designs are very simple -- a logo or seal of some kind, a simple bold message.