Salvation Army Street Level Fleet Wrap

SuperGraphics wrapped various vehicles from Salvation Army's fleet with graphics promoting their Street Level campaign.

Recently, the Chief Seattle Club required a large outdoor banner that would withstand inclement weather and resist fading. SuperGraphics consulted on the project and offered an Ecoformat™ material solution.

The team at SuperGraphics has been servicing essential businesses, and we've come up with a list of products to help companies navigate the new business landscape.

We are confident we can get through this together and appreciate the commitment and business you bring to SuperGraphics every day.

Covid-19 Statement

We appreciate your business SuperGraphics is proud to be a member of the Seattle Business Community and Northwest Community at …

SuperGraphics introduces a sustainable future for large format print customers.

We’re proud to be the selected provider for the Pioneer Square ‘Art Outside the Box’ First People in Seattle’s First Neighborhood signal box project.

To facilitate the PAC 12 Team Green’s commitment to zero waste across all 12 participating campuses, we’re proud to share a unique environmentally friendly project that we recently produced for them.

Following months of hard work and dedication, SuperGraphics, a leading technology-driven large-format printer, is proud to announce the launch of its newly redesigned website.

SuperGraphics has upgraded its industry leading press line-up with the EFI VUTEk h3 superwide-format LED inkjet printer.

Guinness World Record

The largest digital graphic, produced by 3M and designed by SuperGraphics, measures over 929 m² (10,000 ft²) and has been featured on the six bay doors on the assembly building of The Boeing Company in Everett, Washington, USA since the 15 of February 2006.

A group of SuperGraphics employees along with an industry expert have purchased SuperGraphics from GM Nameplate.