The ability to add logos and branding to awnings is one of the reasons they are so attractive to restaurants and other storefronts.
The technique used to apply your logo depends on the size and placement of your logo and the awning material. Silk-screening offers an extensive range of color customization but can’t capture detailed artwork well. Thermal-adhesive film works only well for small logos due to the lack of available materials and production capabilities.
Hand painting is one technique most people don’t think of when it comes to restaurant awnings. With a wide range of materials and no sizing limitations, having your logo hand-painted onto your awning gives it a one-of-a-kind look. However, this method can be time-consuming and unsuitable for mass production.
The best method for getting your logo on your restaurant’s awning is digital printing. It is affordable, allows for detailed customization, and lets you reproduce your logo limitlessly.