Exhibition Quality Display Graphics
At SpeedPro of SF Peninsula, we have been fortunate to work with curators, designers and directors from a variety of museums and galleries including local history museums and contemporary art centers. Institutions like these face the unique challenge of continually updating and rearranging existing displays as well as designing and implementing future exhibits. The process can seem like a balancing act between budget, finishing everything on time and ensuring the quality of your displays are flawless in their design and aesthetic. Graphic precision is must for any museum image, and that means top color accuracy, image resolution and finishing technique.
Our team is standing by ready to consult with you on your next project. Ask us about:
- Cut vinyl lettering
- Posters and P.O.P. materials for museum stores
- Donor plaques
- Digital and directional signage
- Modular displays
- Banners, decals and floor graphics for fundraisers and member events
We Partner With Local Institutions
At the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, we work closely with the staff to print and install portions of featured exhibitions that go beyond their in-house capabilities. This has included large wall graphics, window treatments and giant banners. For the San Mateo County History Museum, we produce posters, backdrops, and acrylic exhibit components to be used with rotating educational modules. We regularly work with our neighbor, The Hiller Aviation Museum, on a dynamic array of hands-on demonstrations and specialty exhibits. San Francisco’s famous Exploratorium relies on us for precise acrylic prints that use our white ink UV print technology.
“Museum Quality” Isn’t Just For Museums
We also work with retailers, corporations and universities. Similar to museums, these institutions also require high quality printed graphics and custom installation. If this sounds like you, give us a shout and we’d love to discuss your project and how we can help. Call or fill in a simple form and we won’t make you wait in line.