We offer a fast, high quality poster printing service to Oxford University, individuals and outside organisations.
With a choice of premium 260gsm satin paper, laminated or our new foldable fabric.
Posters are printed using our HP Z6100 and HP Z6200 Posterjet printers with the vivid enduring colours of the Vivera pigment inks producing uncompromising image quality with exceptional fade resistance.
New - Foldable fabric posters
Fold them up and carry in your luggage. No need to for poster tubes anymore!
Fabric posters are printed onto a light durable crease and wrinkle resistant polyester material which can be packed in your suitcase with minimal creasing. If needed the fabric can be lightly ironed on the reverse side.
This lightweight photo fabric has a water and fire resistant matte surface that produces exceptional resolution and true colors.
Turnaround time for paper or fabric posters is 2 working days
Lamination adds a tough plastic coating and is recommended for outside or long term use (Maximum size for lamination is 950mm x 2000mm).
The turnaround time for laminated posters is 3 - 4 working days.
For our outside customers, the latest prices can be found here
General poster printing information
Common sizes are:
- A0 (1189x841mm)
- A1 (841x594mm)
- A2 (594x420mm)
Custom posters can be printed up to a size of 1060mm wide by 2000mm in length. Longer lengths can be printed if no trimming is required.
We accept popular file formats such as: PowerPoint, PDF, Tiff, Jpeg and Photoshop.
Getting your files to us:
Posters can be submitted in person or via email (maximum 20MB per email).
For larger files please use the University's Oxfile service https://oxfile.ox.ac.uk/oxfile/ or a file sharing services such as Dropbox.
Please note: Posters are normally sent straight to the printer, so no changes can usually be made once submitted.
Important information on submitting Powerpoint files
To ensure compatibility, please include the following information: Operating System (Mac or Windows) and the Microsoft Office version (for Windows: 2003, 2007, 2010 or 2013 and for Mac: 2004, 2008 or 2011).
When saving from the Windows Office 2007, 2010, 2013 and Mac 2008, 2011 versions, please use the default .PPTX format - do not save in compatibility mode or as a .PPT
For more information and tips, visit our Poster FAQ