Scrim Banner

  • A 15 mil. matte opaque PVC banner material made up of tear resistant polyester fabric, embedded between two white vinyl layers.
  • Please note: This material is intended for indoor use only.
    • We provide outdoor, weather-resistant banners by partnering with local vendors.
  • Max width = 36" wide

High Gloss White Film (7mil)

  • Our most popular poster material, this unique, top-quality product is a white opaque polyester film with a super-glossy white finish for universal use.
  • Max width = 59" wide

Basic Coated Paper

  • A basic matte paper, great for low-cost and short-term indoor posters and signs
  • Max width - 41" wide

Poly Select Heavy Fabric

  • Excellent for travel – packs in your luggage – iron out wrinkles (from back with low to medium iron) upon arrival. Accepts heavy ink, is durable and will not tear. Raw edge finish.
  • Max width - 59" wide

Peel-N-Stick Wallpaper

  • Sticks to wall and leaves no residue. Also is repositionable.
  • Max width - 59" wide

Foam Core

  • Smooth finish, offered in white and black materials, 3/16” thickness.
  • Max width – 48” wide

Coroplast/Corrugated Plastic

  • Often used for temporary outdoor yard signage.
  • Rigid finish, offered in white and black material, 4MM thickness.
  • Max width – 48” wide


  • Glossy finish to oversized posters done offline, 3MIL laminate thickness.
  • Max width – 42” wide

Poster Tubes

  • Available in 24” and 36” width, 3” in diameter. Appropriate for taking on the plane as a carry-on.


  • Use for hanging banners and posters, normally paired with our scrim material. 

Examples of Wallmurals

Information We'll Need From You:

  • Quantity
  • Preferred banner or poster material
  • Banner design file

Important Information:

  • An estimate may be obtained from Print Services for poster and banner orders. Please contact a member of our customer service staff at 472-2146.
  • To place an order, please order online or via email with the print-ready file attached in PDF (preferred) format. 

When building files for a large format poster or banner remember:

  • Make the page size of the file the size the poster or banner will be printed at. Example: 36" x 48" this way you can see what your graphics/pictures will look like when printed BIG. If we take a file that is 8.5" x 11" and blow it up to 36" x 48" it will most likely get pixilated or fuzzy.
  • Use high quality graphics, not images copied from the internet.
  • If using UNL logos, remember to reference the toolbox on guidelines to know what you can and can't do and also to download high quality logos. See University Communications Resources.
  • Tips from our Poster Design Workshop