Case studies

Election posters

Ready for the battle for the lampposts?

Over the years, the election poster has functioned as the politicians’ megaphone, and when elections are called, and we have to cast our vote, the battle for the lampposts begins. And this is even though election campaigns largely take place online today.

The candidates have different viewpoints, but stylistically the posters often look quite the same. But actually they do not have to, and in fact, it is also possible to print posters that stand out.


Election posters that stand out from the crowd

At Stibo Complete, we can print the ordinary election posters on twinwall plastic in the format 80 x 60 cm with holes – i.e. the standard size.

But we are also good at thinking outside the box and coming up with other formats. In fact, the only limit to design is your imagination, and we always want to help find a solution that makes your posters light up the townscape.

Common to all our solutions for election posters is that we print directly on twinwall plastic and that we always use waterproof print, which is a strong, durable and perfect solution for the Danish weather.

Capture attention – even without lampposts

A good example of a different election poster is the one we printed for Jan E. Jørgensen at the last general election. In addition to the standard size, he also had his election posters printed in half-format for him to attract motorists’ attention on stretches without any lampposts.

In addition to the election poster, we can of course also help with all other forms of merchandise and printed matters.

Contact Henrik Heilmann and hear how we can help you

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