Large Format
Display Graphics & Signage

Whether we’re on the road, in a theater, moving through a busy airport, or simply perusing the aisles of a store, display and signage graphics connect with us in the real world. Display advertising––printed and digital––is thriving in today’s world. But apart from advertising, display and signage graphics have transformed environments by applying graphics directly to pillars, beams, pipes, flooring and more.

Have big ideas? Our wide-format production support features sheet and continuous-feed presses capable of printing up to 126 inches wide on substrates up to two inches thick.

With our eight-color process, we can create environmental graphics on vinyl, paper, ceramics, wood, plastic, canvas, and even carpet. White-print techniques allow up to six variations of overprint, underprint, fill, spot, underspot, and overspot to achieve whatever effect you need.

Direct Mail Infographic

From Now to WOW

Society Insurance, provider to select niche businesses like restaurants, hotels, medical clinics and artisan contractors, celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2015. To help tell their story of a century Suttle-Straus built a mobile display consisting of 5 panels measuring 8’ wide and 2 standees with retractable banners. The display traveled to different events and is now permanently located at Society Insurance headquarters in Fond du lac. See how this display was kitted to make its journey. 


Size & Shape

Our large format production includes sheet and continuous-feed prresses capable of printing up to 126 inches wide adn on substrates as thick as two inches. Slicing, cutting, routing or chopping are done quickly and efficiently with out the need for die-cutting. 


Authenticate the look of your message with a substrate that gives your pieces the added layer of texture and interest. Need to go beyond viusals to reach those with vision impairments? Our braille service can bring your message to those in need of an alternative solution. 


Exciting new color capabiliites allow us to layer colors, apply brightness and color to dark surfaces, and develop eye-popping images that stick out to consumers.