Printing onto Mirror
We print directly onto a mirror. The ways we advertise, design graphics, and create visual displays have all changed a lot over the years – and we at Image Square Printing as a large format digital printing facility have changed with them. Because of our ink technology and our new large format equipment, and we’re now able to create printed graphics on almost any kind of surfaces – including printing onto mirrored materials. Our years of experience means there is no job we can’t handle. We are competitive in pricing, overnight turnaround, and we are local to Santa Monica and Los Angeles.
Large Format Printing onto Reflective Mirror Substrate Fast and Local
The creative possibilities are almost endless — and while printing onto a reflective material requires a significant degree of technical expertise, we offer our clients a wealth of unique advertising solutions. We stock a wide selection of reflective acrylic mirror substrate. They are rigid, lightweight reflective mirror with durable and weather-resistant properties. With many tint options available to you, we can deliver your imagination become reality.
Large Format Reflective Mirror Printing With a Wide Selection of Surface Tint to Choose From
Our standard stock item is 1/8″ Acrylic reflective mirror substrate with a wide selection of tint to them. We also print directly onto a glass mirror. Please contact us if you prefer us to print onto a glass mirror.
Mirror Printing Using White Ink
Typically white ink printing cannot be achieved by your average printer. Printing with white ink allows printing onto transparent medias, such as mirrors, window clings, and clear acrylic substrates. Using white ink on dark substrates produces a high contrast look, one that is visually sharp and striking. Printing a layer of white ink behind your design acts as a light block, preventing light from passing through and making the ink appear solid. Printing with white ink is also necessary to do layer printing. Much like white ink acts as a light block on transparent substrates, it can also be used as a way to normalize the surface of any substrate that is not white without losing the vibrancy of the original color. If you wanted to print a colored image or graphic on dark stock, applying a base layer of white ink before applying colored ink mimics the look of printing on white substrates and keeps the color output from becoming dull, muted, or muddied.