what is large format printing?


Large format printing is the collective term for printed products and materials which are bigger than a person can hold in their hand. Roughly, it covers any material bigger than a piece of A1 paper, so think along the lines of large posters and building wraps rather than leaflets or brochures.

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What is Large Format Printing Best For?

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They’re great for when you want to make an instant impact on your audience and immediately commandeer attention.


One glance is all it takes. For example, large flags fluttering outside of a car showroom are instantly noticeable.


So are building wraps - it’s difficult not to see them even if they’re in the middle of a busy city environment.

Some of the main advantages of large format print include:

  • Guaranteed to have an instant visual impact - they’re so huge that they automatically stand out, even in the busiest of surroundings.
  • Provides 24-hour exposure - because of their size, they’re easily identified and can constantly raise brand awareness while they’re displayed.
  • Extremely visually stimulating - as well as being highly noticeable, they also offer you the opportunity to create attractive and absorbing designs.
  • Very memorable - there are more ways to be creative with large format print and create something that gets you noticed and remembered.

The size of large format printing obviously has a huge advantage over small formats as it allows companies to be instantly noticed and remembered. Read more on the advantages of large format print and how it can help companies make an impact here.

Large format print is great for when you want to make an instant impact on your audience and immediately commandeer attention. One glance is all it takes.

Can Every Printer Produce
Large Format Print?

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No, large format printing is a specialist technique that only specific printers can produce. This is because large format products are huge. They’re much larger than posters and wall prints. Think building wraps and gigantic banners that hang down the sides of skyscraper buildings. That’s the scale we’re talking about.

These products are simply too wide for standard printing presses like lithographic which were designed for smaller scale products such as posters, leaflets, brochures and machines. Instead, you need printers that are specifically designed for wide format printing.

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so, what can you produce with large format printing?

Now that you know how beneficial large format printed products can be, particularly in this digital era, you’ll want to know exactly what you and your business can print with this technique. With large format printing, you really have the opportunity to get creative with your products - arguably more so than you would with smaller products.

In fact, as technology continues to advance, so do some large printed products and their scope of creativity. We’ll explain by running through the most popular types below, or you can read a snapshot view of them here.


With large format printing, you really have the opportunity to get creative with your products - arguably more so than you would with a smaller product.

Building Wraps, Hoardings and Backdrops

Impossible to go unnoticed

Building wraps and backdrops, such as those used on-stage or in concerts, are two of the largest forms of external advertising material you can get. In environments like a busy city or a concert, it’s difficult to get your message noticed because people are often so distracted by the overall hustle-and-bustle. That’s why building wraps and backdrops are ideal for such hectic surroundings.

For one, they’re so large that it’s impossible for them not to be noticed. For instance, you can ensure a building wrap literally rises above the crowd by choosing tall buildings. Secondly, in many cases, this large format print can also be attractive or thought-provoking so they easily stand out among the sea of ordinary structures, such as buildings or concert props.

Although hoardings aren’t as large, they’re still a great way to advertise on a large scale. If they’re on a huge site, you can have multiple panels so your hoarding becomes even more noticeable. Plus, they also cover up unsightly buildings, structures or construction sites.

See some of our favourite building wrap ideas to inspire you here.

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Crowd and Windbreak Barriers

Make the most of your exterior space

Crowd and windbreak barriers are a great way to utilise your exterior space, especially when you don’t have a lot of it, and make your business more noticeable. Usually seen outside restaurants, bars, coffee shops (cafe windbreak barriers) and outdoor events such as festivals (crowd barriers), they’re an excellent alternative to the ordinary, undecorated metal barrier.

Read more about crowd and windbreak barriers here.

Digital Wallpaper

The unforgettable decor

Although plain wallpaper or wall paint goes with everything, it’s bland and easily forgettable. When people enter your workplace or business, you want them to be visually impressed. Bespoke digital wallpaper can help with that because when you have a unique design, you’re subtly boosting your brand awareness and company authority in the minds of the people who see it and are impressed.

Large format printing techniques allow you to create unique designs and turn those into wallpaper in any size that you need. It doesn’t have to be paper either - you could even have fotowalls, which are murals consisting of real-life photographs.

Read more about the benefits of digital print wallpaper for businesses here.

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Floor Graphics

An awareness boost from the ground up

Similar to digital wallpaper, printed floor graphics can also help your business make a huge impact and raise brand awareness at the same time. Humans are biologically programmed to pay attention to the ground in order to avoid falling over, so it makes sense for advertising to be placed on the ground as well as on the walls, ceiling and up in the sky.

That’s why floor graphics still attract attention extremely easily despite being placed so low down.

Floor graphics could be anything from a large logo stickered onto the ground to an astonishing image that draws attention. They could even be helpful like the wayfinding decals you find at university open days or in shopping centres, directing people to a particular place.

Whether they’re novelty or practical, floor graphics are eye-catching and when they’re particularly graphic, they may even encourage people to take photos of the image and share it, which boosts brand awareness.

Read more about how floor graphics can help get your marketing results rocketing through the ceiling here.


A bespoke item made just for you

Large format printing can produce 3D objects like furniture too. A bespoke podium stand, tables, chairs or other pieces of furniture can help take your exhibitions, trade shows, talks and similar events to the next level. They can also be used in offices, receptions and showrooms.

Branded furniture helps to boost brand awareness and shows your audience that you’ve taken the time to have such a unique item made rather than purchasing an ordinary product that anybody else could also have.

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Light Boxes

A flattering backlight to highlight your products

Giving your images some backlight can easily take them from ordinary to eye-catching and modern displays. Plus, the light can be very flattering and help to highlight your product or brand even more.

Light boxes are highly popular in retail and many companies use them to help freshen up their store interior. The main benefits include:

  • Helping images stand out as the flattering backlight gives them an extra level of depth and dimension. This means customers are more likely to notice these displays, even during the times they might be most distracted.
  • Boosting brand awareness because the images are made to seem even brighter, sharper and crisper so are more noticeable.
  • Require less maintenance than traditional displays as you only need to change the skin - the tension frame underneath stays put. This also means faster display changing times.
  • Highly customisable as you can choose from a variety of structures and designs - such as freestanding or wall-mounted, curved or straight edged, indoors or outdoors.

If you want to read more about how light box advertising can help your business, click here

Promotional Prints

Traditional but still impactful

Although light boxes help your images look fresh and modern, that’s not to say that traditional promotional prints, such as roller banners and flags, won’t be as effective. On the contrary, flags and banners are a classic way to make an instant impact and provide 24-hour exposure for your business.

Just think about businesses that are placed in areas where there aren’t very many pedestrians - such as petrol stations and roadside restaurants. If cars are driving quickly past, there’s little chance that people will notice a light box or poster in the windows. This is where large prints can help.

A flag or banner fluttering outside is easily noticed from a distance, so people can notice your business well before they reach it. This means in the time it takes from them to drive to you, they can decide whether or not they want to enter your business. The more emotive and attractive your promotional print appears, the more likely the person will decide that your business is worth visiting.

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Tension Frame Systems

So versatile, the options are nearly limitless

Large format printing companies offer more than just printing services. Often, they also provide the products and equipment you need to set up your printed product. A tension frame system is an example, and they’re highly popular because they’re easy to set up, dismantle, store, transport and are flexible in usage.

Made from lightweight materials, modern tension frame systems weigh a fraction of what they used to and are supremely easy to store and transport. Most are jointed so you can easily snap them open and lock them into place - all without needing assistance.

As for their graphics, such systems can produce seamless, crease-free graphics with the only limit being the size of the material you’ve chosen to print on. Once printed, your graphic will be stretched out between the frames, leaving behind a beautifully smooth masterpiece for you to display.

Tension frames are also extremely versatile, which means there are a huge range of ways for you to get creative with your advertising or promotional medium. You can use them for (and this is by no means an exhaustive list):

  • Wall and ceiling hangings
  • Freestanding displays
  • Curved or straight edged pieces
  • Single or double-sided displays
  • 3D structures
  • Flags and banners
  • Light boxes

Find out more about what a tension frame system can do for you here

Window Graphics and Vinyls

To make your windows stand out

To maximise your business’ promotional capacity, it’s important that you utilise as many areas available to you as possible. The window is one of them.

A digitally printed window graphic can be any shape, size or colour that you want and you can place them anywhere you want - whether it’s inside or outside the window. Large format printing specialists often offer a range of different self-adhesive materials, depending on your need, and you can reposition your graphic however you want.

A window graphic doesn’t have to be a standard shaped piece of material like a run of the mill poster would be. It can be an unconventional shape with funky edges or vinyl cut letting. At Dominion Print, we also have an in-house back up white printer (5m) - meaning that the vinyl possibilities are endless. They’re also fade and peel-resistant, meaning they’re a lot more durable than the average poster.

The end result? Your business window will look more attractive and professional for much longer.

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3D Projection Mapping

Creative, innovative and interactive

Also known as spatial augmented reality, 3D projection mapping can turn any 3D object (from building walls and ceilings to cars and even people) into interactive, visual displays. One of the first instances of 3D projection was in the mid-80s with Michael Naimark’s film-based art installation, Displacements, and the technique has developed plenty since then. Naimark’s film involved two actors in a living room setting. This video was then projected onto the same set which had been painted white but without the actors present.

The set was painted white so the projector could project every sequence in the film exactly how it appeared in the video, from the furniture to the actors. Although it worked, the actors appeared to look like apparitions.

Modern 3D projection mapping has evolved considerably since then and the graphics now look strikingly realistic and mesmerising.


3D projection mapping is a highly innovative, modern and creative approach to large format printing.

Read more about the benefits of 3D projection mapping and how it triumphs over standard print here.

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It’s very portable. All you need is a projector and a theme or image designed using the appropriate software and you’re ready to go. Your projection can be projected onto existing structures such as the walls or ceiling and you don’t need lights and other props like you ordinarily would.

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There’s huge creative potential as there’s so much you can experiment with when it comes to 3D projection mapping. For example, you can transform a plain, square room into one that looks like it’s on fire or project a starlit sky to make people feel like they’re sitting outside. And this will only continue to expand as technology advances.

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You’re not limited by the amount of space you have. Projection mapping can transform any space into a mesmerising display.

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It’s reusable. Unlike standard printed products (small or large) which you can’t go back and adjust once they’ve been printed, projection mapping can be repurposed over and over. All you need to do is tweak the content and install it again.

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You have the option of using tension frames to create creative projections that have even more impact. These frames are very lightweight, slim and can be cut to your exact specifications.

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It’s much more engaging and sensually stimulating for the audience. You can make your audience feel as though they’re sitting under a beautiful starlit sky when the projection completely surrounds them. 

There are many benefits to this technique, which is why it’s become so popular especially for high profile projects, such as concerts and sports events.

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how much does a large format printing project cost?

There are two factors which play important roles in the true cost of large format advertising: time and money.

In terms of time, you need to ensure that the printer can meet your deadline to avoid delaying your project, angering clients and burdening your team with additional stress. It’s also vital that your visual solution matches your company or client’s branding, so you need to determine this before you begin the project. But this can be time-consuming.

As for the financial costs, large format projects can be costly depending on the materials used, where they’re placed and how many were needed. However, many large format visual solutions are reusable as you only need to change the exterior coverings while the frames stay intact. This means you can adapt them for different campaigns. In comparison, most standard-sized solutions, such as leaflets, need to be reprinted.

Read more about the true costs of a large format printing project here.

It’s difficult to give the exact prices of each type of large format printing because there are so many variables involved. For example, the materials used or whether you need additional services such as design and installation. Continue reading to see the range of products and services available at Dominion Print...

Building Wrap

Installation available

Can be printed to any size

Mesh or PVC

Weather resistant

Roller Banner

Economy and Premium stands

300mic Layflat PVC

Lightweight aluminium base

Carrying case included

PVC Banner Printing

Can be printed to any size up to 5m wide and 10m long without any joins

270gsm to 900gsm PVC, single/double sided

Bespoke finishing options available, hem and eyelet etc.

Foamex Printing

1mm up to 20mm thicknesses

Double-sided print available

Routing available

Laminate options available

Full-colour high-resolution printing

Aluminium Composite Printing

1mm - 10mm thick aluminium panel

Routing and V grooving options available

Full colour high-resolution printing

Correx Board Printing

3mm - 10mm Correx board

Double-sided print available

Full colour high-resolution printing

Routing finishing options available

Pop Up Exhibition Stands

Straight or Curved stand

3x3, 3x2 & 4x3

Option of halogen lights

Magnetic locking aluminium frame

Wheeled case podium included £ price per unit

Windows Graphic Printing

Reverse print back up white

Choice of material options

Profile / Kiss-cut available

Application tape

Lamination available

Full colour high-resolution printing

Tension Graphic Systems

Display Fabric – Block out

Laser Cut

Silicone beading – Hard / Soft

Full colour high-resolution printing

Light Boxes

Freestanding / Wall mounted

Backlit fabric

Silicone beading – Hard / Soft

Indoor use

Full colour high-resolution printing





Cushion Flooring

Heavy Duty 10 Year Flooring (Back up White) (G-floor)

Non-slip Flooring / Floor vinyl

External car park vinyl

Dominion Price Guide

At Dominion Print, we specialise in large and super-large creative solutions and deliver them to all sectors across the UK. We don’t just produce exceptional super-large format products either. Our dedicated team of experts can help you come up with creative designs and ensure everything is properly installed.

For more information on our prices and services, download a copy of our Price Guide below.

what’s involved in a large format printing project?

So by this point, you’ve probably already got your heart set on large format printing. If that’s the case, it’s time to get started on the real work - from being aware of the relevant legislation to picking a printing specialist and preparing the files.

Working Around the Advertisement Control System


In 2007, the UK Government put in place the Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations to restrict the placement of advertisements in outdoor areas. Read more about what legislation you need to be aware of here, or read our snapshot view below.

Usually, you don’t need to seek consent from your local planning authority before placing your outdoor ad - as long as it’s under a particular size. When this is the case, you’ll need to send an application form to your local planning authority before you can place the ad.

The local planning authority for your area will be one of the following:

  • District council
  • County Council
  • London borough council (if you live in the Greater London area)
  • National Park authority (if you want to display an ad in any National Park)
  • Broads authority (if you want to display an ad in the Broads area)
  • Urban Development Corporation for an area (if you want to display an ad in an urban development area)

Types of Advertisements That You Don’t Need to Seek Consent for

Advertisements Excluded From Direct Control

Ads displayed on enclosed land. This includes railway station forecourts, bus stations and shopping centres.

Ads displayed on or in any moving vehicle or vessel.

Ads which are an integral part of a building’s fabric.

Ads in the form of tickets, trade names on branded goods, vending machines and petrol stations. They cannot be illuminated or exceed 0.1 square metres in area.

Ads relating specifically to a pending Parliamentary or European Parliamentary, local government election or referendum. They must not be displayed longer than 14 days after the end of the poll.

Ads required by Parliamentary Order.

Traffic signs.

National flags or saints’ flags of any country, the EU, Commonwealth, the UN or English County.

Ads displayed inside buildings. They must not be illuminated or displayed within one metre of any window or other external openings that they might be seen through.


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Classes of Advertisements of Deemed Consent

“Functional advertisements” which are needed by public bodies to provide information about the services they provide.

Miscellaneous ads on any premises, such as warnings and directions (e.g. shut the gate) or notify the public of a business. There are three subclasses and their limitations which you can read more about here.

Temporary ads which may be publicising an upcoming event. There are six subclasses to this, which you can read more about here.

Illuminated ads. Read more about their limitations here.

Ads on business premises to draw attention to any commercial services. These include offices, shops, cinemas, restaurants and cafes. Read more about their limitations here.

Ads on business forecourts. This includes restaurant terraces. Read more about their limitations here.

Flags. There is no height limit but it can only display the name, logo or trademark of the brand.

Ads on hoardings around temporary construction sites. This is allowed for three years only and brings about an environmental benefit on the surrounding area as the unsightly construction site is concealed. Read more about their limitations here.

Ads displayed on purpose-designed highway structures such as bus shelters and information kiosks. Read more about their limitations here.

Outdoor signs for approved Neighbourhood Watch or CCTV schemes. Read more about their limitations here.

Directional ads for house building firms. Read more about their limitations here.

Ads displayed inside buildings. Read more about their limitations here.

Ads displayed on sites which have been used to display ads for the past 10 years. Read more about their limitations here.

Ads displayed after the expiry of express consent (usually five years) as long as the planning authority hasn’t forbidden that ad or refused an application for its renewal. Read more about their limitations here.

Balloon ads. Read more about their limitations here.

Ads on telephone kiosks. Read more about their limitations here.

Ads displayed inside buildings. They must not be illuminated or displayed within one metre of any window or other external openings that they might be seen through.


Picking a large format printing company

There are many things you need to consider when you’re choosing a large format printing specialist to cater to your business needs. Many will advertise their seemingly endless range of products, capabilities, quick turnaround times and high-quality prints. But you should ask yourself these questions before you commit to one:

Will the company definitely print the goods in-house and not outsource them?

The first thing you need to consider is whether the company will be printing your products in-house and not outsourcing the services. You need to check that your printing company actually has the specialist capabilities before you choose them.

This is because it’ll be much more convenient and easier to communicate if you’re directly dealing with the printing company who’s producing your goods. Otherwise, you’d be talking to a company who’s talking to another company and this can lead to miscommunication. Cut out the middleman and choose a printing company who specialises in the printing style you need.

Does the company offer more products than the ones you’re interested in?

Obviously, you need to look out for a company who actually offers the printing capabilities to produce the items that you want. But you also need to look at their entire range of capabilities as well so you can be sure that you have a choice. The best printing companies won’t have a size limit - they will cater precisely to your needs.

In addition to their range, don’t forget to look out for the services the company offers because a good printing company won’t just print. They will also offer additional services such as designing, setting up and dismantling. This means they’ll be available to guide you through your project from start to finish, which is especially helpful if you’re new to this printing size.

The best printing companies won’t have a size limit - they will cater precisely to your needs.

Will the company produce to a standard that you expect?

With visual products, it’s important that the quality is of the highest standard possible - especially if it’s going to be as huge as a large format printed product. You don’t want poor quality materials, faded colours and errors. While that’ll certainly leave one kind of impact, it’s probably not the type that you intended.

That’s why you need to check that your printing company can produce items that live up to your standards. Look for a company who has good experience in providing large and super-large visual solutions to a variety of company sizes, from big to small. That means they’ll have the knowledge and expertise to help find the best approach for you and your company’s creative vision.

Will the company be able to print on time?

Time is something you can’t afford to waste, no matter the size of your company and your budget. Not having something printed on time can have catastrophic consequences on your project timeline, knocking everything back and risking facing the wrath of your boss and your client.

That’s why you need to see if a printing company can deliver your projects on time without compromising on quality. Ensure that communication will also be a priority for them as you want as much support from the company as possible to ensure the smooth running of your project and peace of mind.

Will you be getting the right product for the right price?

For all companies, no matter their size or budget, cost is one of the biggest deciders when it comes to choosing a printing company. Understandably, you want the best quality product that’s delivered on time for the best possible price and service.

But the “best possible price” can mean different things to different people. Just because the supplier recommends that you choose the most expensive solution, it doesn’t mean it’s the right one for you. However, the cheapest product isn’t necessarily the right one either.

A trustworthy and reliable printing company will outline this to you, presenting you with a complete range of options and offering advice to ensure you choose the right method and solution that aligns with your goals. Not just your budget.

Know that not every printing company will have the capabilities you’re after. For example, large format printing is a specialist printing technique that requires special machines that are designed to hold materials as wide as large format products. Many printing companies will outsource because they don’t have this specialist equipment.

This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but it can lead to miscommunication because there are more parties involved than there needs to be. It’s best if you go directly to a printing company who specialises in large format printing and cut out the middleman, as it were.

Read more on how to find the best large format printing companies here.

A Little About Dominion Print

Dominion Print are specialists in large and super-large format imaging and printing. Our solutions range from branded displays for showrooms and exhibitions to products for exterior purposes. For us, there’s no limit when it comes to size - we can produce anything from large signage and pop up stands to promotional building wraps, hoardings and 3D projections.

As large and super-large printing solutions are our speciality, we have all of the facilities we need on site - from super-wide digital applications to expert teams of designers, operators and installers. That means a quick and easy service for you as we can produce anything big without needing to outsource.

Preparing Files for your printing company

When you’re printing a visual solution on such a large scale, it’s extremely important that you’re prepared and pay attention to detail. After all, any errors that you make will be more noticeable than ever. 

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Optimise Images with Viewing Distance in Mind

The rules are a bit different when it comes to large format printing because these products aren’t just a lot bigger - they’re meant to be viewed from a greater distance than standard-sized products like leaflets or small posters. So, you need to optimise your images in accordance with your intended viewing distance in mind.

The further you want your product to be seen clearly, the more resolution or DPI (dots per inch) your image needs to have. Plus, those dots need to be bigger as your image will need to be larger.

Read more about the importance of viewing distance and how to optimise your image in accordance with that here.

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Remember to Convert Fonts to Vectors

If you’ve included text in your image, remember to convert all of the fonts to vector artwork before you export it and send it to the printer. This is because the printer might not have the specific fonts you used and when this is the case, your fonts will be replaced by defaults. This can obviously ruin your layout and overall aesthetic.

Read more about converting to vectors here.

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Save the File in a Format Recommended By the Printer

The preferred file formats are usually EPS and TIFF, but it’s best to discuss this with your printer and find out what their recommend file specifications are. Also, remember to save two copies of your file - one for you and one for the printer. Your copy should be an editable version so you can always go back and redesign it if necessary.

Read more on recommended file formats here.

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Calibrate Your Monitors

You need to make sure that what you see on your computer screen is what will be printed. All too often, many companies are left disappointed when colours are printed in different tones to what they intended, which has ruined their work and meant that it needs to be redesigned and reprinted. This is extremely time-consuming and can delay your project considerably. Avoid this by:

  • Calibrating and profiling your monitors to specific industry standards - ask your printer for what they work to.
  • As every monitor is different, colours may appear looking slightly different. So, make sure that your screens and the printer’s screens are calibrated to the same values
  • Converting every file to CMYK to prevent further colour differences.
  • Using Photoshop’s soft-proofing feature - which adjusts an image’s on-screen appearance to match how it’ll look when printed, without changing its pixel values. The accepted industry standards are:
    • 0.4 for black
    • 95 for the brightness of white
    • 2.2 gamma
    • 6500K for the colour temperature of white

Read more on the importance of calibration here.

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Does large format print really have the most impact?

When you’re printing a visual solution on such a large scale, it’s extremely important that you’re prepared and pay attention to detail. After all, any errors that you make will be more noticeable than ever. 

Large format print is physically massive and provides that instant splash of attention. But does that mean they have more of an impact than other methods of marketing, promotion and advertising?

One of the biggest debates is between small and large format print, and which can create the biggest impact. It’s easy to say that large format print will have the most impact, but the thing is, it depends on how you’ve executed it and the audience who you’ve targeted it towards.

Large format print obviously has an advantage in terms of instant impact because of its sheer size and creative potential. It’s nearly impossible to ignore a huge building wrap, for example. But, large solutions like this are only meant to catch attention, not provide detailed information. People often only glance at them for a few seconds when they’re walking or driving by, so they can only contain a striking image with few words about the advertised product or brand.

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The best approach is to pick the solution that best suits you and your business needs… Many companies prefer to use a combination of small and large format printing to achieve a more widespread level of impact.

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In contrast, small printed products like leaflets and brochures might be easy to ignore but they provide audiences with detailed information. Plus, they’re portable so people can take the materials away to read at their own convenience - unlike a giant banner.

Ultimately, the best approach is to pick the solution that best suits you and your business needs. Different situations suit different products - such as a low key event might benefit better from brochures while big campaigns might need banners to shout about it. Many companies prefer to use a combination of small and large format printing to achieve a more widespread level of impact.

Read more about the differences between small and large format print, and which has the biggest impact here.

At Dominion Print, we specialise in producing large and super large visual solutions. Big and bold is how we do it and we can produce anything from banners, flags and other signage to branded furniture and gigantic building wraps. And it’s not just printing services that we offer. We have expert teams of designers, operators and installers that provide guidance and support through every stage of your large format printing project.

Dominion Print is a family-run business who started from humble beginnings. Our company might have expanded quickly and we might have some of the biggest brands on our client list (not that we can shout about them all), but our priority is always the customer right in front of us and their specific needs.

We will always try to be honest and transparent to help you get the best results from your printed visual media. To find out more about large format printing, from our services to additional advice, get in touch with our team.

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