When people are in need of signage, paper is often forgotten or rejected as a possible material because it’s seen as fragile or unprofessional-looking. While more care does need to be taken to avoid damaging them compared to signs made of materials like metal or plastic, paper signs can be ideal for many circumstances.


Paper can be used to make:

  • Supermarket Paper Poster Signs
  • Café Posters
  • Coffee Shop Posters
  • Event Graphics
  • Window Poster Signs
  • Retail Promotion Posters, and More

Essentially, if you want short-term signage for a temporary event that you can display indoors or a sign that’s both decorative and informative, paper poster signs are a great choice.

Large Paper Signs Features?

If you’re looking for signage has any or all of the following characteristics, paper signage is what you need:

  • Vintage Visual Appeal
  • Inexpensive
  • Lightweight
  • Easy To Transport, Store, and Display
  • One-Of-A-Kind

Our paper signs are able to be printed or hand-painted onto poster paper. The default paper color is white, but other colors are also available. If you need to make sure you capture the attention of passers-by for a sale or other special event, as window specials paper signs would, fluorescent paper and painted designs can be used.

Order Window Paper Posters Today

Blue Dot Signs stands out from other sign companies thanks to our ability to provide signs that are completely unique in form and customized details. Our window poster signs are able to made in almost any shape and size, and display designs that highlight our clients’ businesses and events to their customers.

If you’d like to ask about our paper signs or order one for yourself, please email us at info@bluedotsigns.com. You can also request a free quote online at www.bluedotsigns.com/request-a-quote.

 

Frequently Asked Questions About Large Paper Signs

Large Paper Signs

Are custom hand-painted paper costly?

No. All of our paper signs are very affordable, and in most cases cost less than even signs made out of more durable materials like vinyl and foamboard.

Are your hand-painted paper signs really individually painted by artists?

Yes. We don’t use machines like printers to create our hand-painted signs. Each one is completely unique and entirely painted by hand by our skilled graphic designers.

Can paper signs be posted outdoors?

They can be displayed outdoors in good weather for short periods of time. We don’t recommend they be permanently installed outdoors or left anywhere they could get wet. Laminating these signs can extend their lifespan dramatically.

Can you include my business’s trademarked logo and color scheme?

Yes. We have Pantone color matching capabilities, enabling us to reproduce unique logos and colors on our signs accurately.

How do I best care for my paper sign?

Keeping it dry is perhaps the most important consideration for this type of sign. Framing and/or laminating paper signs are some of the best ways of avoiding tears and water damage.

How do I come up with a design for a paper sign?

If you don’t know exactly what you want your paper sign to look like, our graphic designers can help you come up with one.

How long do paper signs last?

If properly cared for, made of thicker poster paper, and protected with lamination, they can look great for months to years at a time.

How long does it take to fabricate paper signs?

Custom paper poster printing takes less time to make than paper signs that are hand-painted. If they’re not unusually large or don’t feature a particularly complex design, most can be created within one week. Faster turnaround times are possible with additional rush fees.

What color paper can my sign be made on?

Most of our paper signs are printed or painted on white paper so that the colors show up the most accurately. However, we can also make them on colored paper at your request, including fluorescent colors.

What kind of paper are your paper signs made of?

We use primarily thicker poster paper to ensure they’re as durable as possible. We also use 220 GSM high gloss paper and .020 styrene. These increase the signs’ longevity and resistance to damage.