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Band Scrims & Stage Backdrops
A stage backdrop is a key element in your band’s shows. After printing hundreds of band backdrops and band scrims over the years, we’ve learned why it’s so important that for bands to have stage banners. Here are the top … Continue reading →
Bands love their stage backdrops, and they tell us Northcoast Banners all about it. Our goal is help you brand your group with a band backdrop or stage scrim that make you look awesome on stage, and we love printing … Continue reading →
Stage scrims are a critical part of your band stage presence. Stage scrims (or amp scrims) are an easy way to draw attention to your band’s logo and your identity. It is our firm belief that a solid set of … Continue reading →
Stage backdrops are a surefire way to brand your band and make a impact on stage. But what size band backdrop is ideal for your shows? How big are the venues where your band plays? 1. Firstly, it’s critical that … Continue reading →
Buying stage scrims and stage backdrops is in an important step for your band to make a deeper impact on stage. When you buy a new stage backdrop, it is essential to consider how you will be using the banners, … Continue reading →
This is one awesome shot of As Cities Fall new scrims from us!
Check out Aria’s new stage scrims. These are 5′ x 5′ and printed on our 70/30 Vinyl Mesh. Continue reading →
Check out this 20ft by 20ft stage scrim we made for the band Company of Thieves. The banner displays the art from their newest album “Running from a Gamble,” which they designed themselves. Continue reading →
These are Your Favorite Franchise’s new stage scrims. They are 6′ x 6′ on our 70/30 Vinyl Mesh.
These are Judgement’s new stage scrim banners. They are 6′ x 6′ on our 70/30 Vinyl Mesh. Continue reading →
Here is a how to video that shows the basic steps in setting up, saving, and uploading your artwork for digitally printed banners in Adobe Photoshop. Continue reading →
Learn how to assemble a stage stand for your band’s stage banners. Continue reading →