Custom Black Light Poster and Banner Service
- Minimum order of 500 required for
black light posters printed on paper.
Please see below for more options
with no minimums.
Get your artwork reproduced as classic-style, flocked, black light posters, popular since the 1960's.
Flock is a velvety soft, peach fuzz-like material that
is applied over and covers only the black areas in a black light poster's design. However, if there aren't any black areas, if the image or design doesn't have black in it, then flock would not be applied. Flocking adds depth, dimension and texture. It's what most people prefer and expect black light posters to have.
Standard size or full-size is 23" x 35". This is also standard size for commercial or store-sold, black light posters. However, they can be trimmed down to your specifications and the image reduced accordingly.
Please get in touch with us for a price quote. Let us know what sort of quantity you're considering and the size you want your posters to be. If possible, attach a photo of the image or artwork you want reproduced. Hope we'll be hearing from you. Thanks!
Phone (719) 527-0808
PRESENTING THE FUTURE OF
BLACK LIGHT POSTERS!
Turn your photos into
black light posters!
Do you have a special or unusual black light project? Or are you, by any chance, in the market for a custom-made, fluorescent / UV / black light poster, banner, backdrop or wall hanging? How about a day/night effect? Perhaps you're looking for a company that can enlarge a photo using fluorescent inks and reproduce it as a black light poster. Please let us know. We can help. These things are all now possible. Using state-of-the-art imaging equipment involving breakthrough technology and durable, long-lasting synthetic materials far superior to paper, along with special, fluorescent inks specifically developed for the process, printing with fluorescent / UV / black light inks is almost without limitations!
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Amazing, large, poster-size, black light reproduction of a photograph taken by a cell phone camera, using new, state-of-the-art, imaging equipment combined with specially developed, fluorescent inks to go with it. The photo you are seeing was taken under black lights - by the same cell phone camera that took the original photo.