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Why Print Custom Posters?

Stop the crowds with a striking, well designed custom poster. Posters are useful for promoting events, showcasing new products or services, or for motivating employees. Show the value and professionalism your brand has to offer with a well designed poster by Evergreen.

Product Specs

Poster Sizes

• 11" x 17"

• 12" x 18"

• 13" x 19"

• 18" x 24"

• 24" x 36"

Paper Options

• 100 lb Gloss Text

• 100 lb Coated


Designing Your Poster

Posters look great in full color or a striking black and white design. We offer short runs on low-quantity printing and can provide quality poster printing at affordable prices. Choose from durable paper types and a glossy or matte finish. Various sizing options available, standards sizes such as 11” x 17” or 12” x 18”, or large poster printing for 18” x 24” or 24” x 36”.

Are you looking to create a design for your poster or updating a current design? Our expert, creative designers are here to help. Let us work with you every step of the way in creating your perfect poster by Evergreen!

Design Services


What is a bleed?

A bleed is when the images or text touches the edge of the paper.

How does Design Services work?

Design Services is an option offered to work with our in house graphic designers in achieving your perfect design. Most products have two different packages offered for design work. These can be found under the Design Services page or under the Design Services tab on the corresponding product page.

How does Variable Data work?

Variable Data is the process of personalizing a letter or a piece of mail to the specifics of the individual receiving it. Variable data includes the recipient’s name, address or any other specific information pertaining to the client that is a part of your database. Start with a dependable mailing list, or we’ll create one for you!

What is a proof?

A proof is a sample of the printed document you must approve or request alterations in order to start the printing process. Depending on the time it takes to get the product completely proofed may delay the printing process.

How do I approve a proof?

You  may call (850)-429-0700 or email us to approve or make changes to your proof.

What resolution must my files be in?

Print ready files must be at least 300 dpi. It’s important to note that in most cases, images saved from the internet typically do not print well.