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Step and Repeat Backdrops
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.
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 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.
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.
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.