event branding

Sign, sealed, delivered.

If you need event signage, you’ve come to the right place. We know it through and through to make your event a wow moment. We are a tried-and-true partner for even your largest events, able to print on nearly anything. Leave it to us to get the event of your dreams from banners and window graphics down to the smallest table card, ensuring that your customers find what they are looking for and are in the right place at the right time.

With our large network of print specialists, we have so many types of printing at your fingertips: dye sublimation, lithography, digital, offset, screen printing, large/grand-format printing, and small-format printing. In a nutshell, we have you covered.

Types of Events

Any event in any industry benefits from a well-done  tradeshow booth:

• Retail: Turning brick and mortar into ooh and ahh. The physical retail space is as important as ever. As numbers of online shoppers continues to increase, keeping interest in interacting with the real thing is critical.

• Transportation: Transport your brand from stuck in traffic to flying down the Autobahn. Fleets becoming mobile billboards. Delivery vehicles delivering your brand across town and across country.

• Education: Show some school spirit. Fly the colors. From just having fun to reinforcing smart, educational messages, your campus is a blank canvas.

• Healthcare: Your facility requires physical therapy. Creating positive patient outcomes begin the moment we walk through the facility door.

• Banking and Finance: Deposit beautiful graphics. Withdraw brand excitement. Being home to a vault doesn’t mean we keep excitement locked up.

• Arts and Entertainment: Concerts. Conventions. Sports. A sense something big is about to happen. Excitement before any tangible excitement even begins.


You seek amazing graphics. It’s a sign.

•  Wayfinding and maps

•  Welcome signage

•  Branded graphics

•  Photo opportunities

•  Charging stations

•  Custom booth graphics

•  Building wraps

•  Floor graphics

•  Window graphics

•  Hanging banners

•  Menus, table tents, and credentials

•  Maps

•  Standees

•  3-dimensional elements

•  Hashtags

•  QR code signs

•  Stair raiser graphics

•  Column wraps

•  Large tension fabric walls

•  Custom truss wraps

•  Freestanding displays

•  Window clings

•  Podiums

•  Dye-sublimated graphics

•  Vinyl graphics

•  Fabric backdrops

•  Vehicle wraps

How an event becomes eventual: Tips for Planning Your Event.

Focus on the purpose of the space:

Think about how people are going to use your space. Plan out how people will use and interact with your signage before you even begin the design, like wayfinding or gathering spaces. Direct your audience through the event the way you intended with the right messages.

Think from big to small:

You might want that large building wrap or four-story window cling, but don’t forget about the small details that make the difference like personalized table cards.

Show-Stopping Graphics for Your Next Big Event.

It’s a great feeling, the thrill of planning something new. Whether it’s a first annual event you hope to continue or a redesign project for last year’s less-than-trendy graphics, Arts & Entertainment events require careful planning, design, and installation. From start to finish, here’s what you’ll need to get the job done for your next large event with new print graphics.




Explore graphic solutions and printing services for successful
branded environments and activations.

Super Bowl LII Host Committee

When Super Bowl 52 brought the event close to our corporate headquarters in St. Paul, MN, we partnered with the Super Bowl Host Committee as an in-kind sponsor to transform Minneapolis into a Bold North landscape.

BNP Paribas Tennis Tournament

We collaborated to bring the vibrant, historical brand to life for the event, using wall graphics, posters, silicone edge graphic displays, frames, and displays of vintage tennis rackets.

Noovie Arcade Display

Our 2D and 3D design teams created an old-school arcade cabinet out of cardboard. This allowed us to ship the box to movie theaters flat so they could assemble it themselves.