- So this is kind of a strange recommendation, but if you need something printed . . . fliers, resumes, real estate posters, whatever, Staples -- like a lot of other places -- lets you email a document or a pdf to them and then you go into the store to print. The thing to do when you get to this particular Staples, in Westwood Village, is to ask for Fern. She has a genuine bond with her three giant printers (a little strange, but true), and she can walk you through anything you need to do. I know Staples is just another outlet of a big corporate entity. But Fern couldn't be more caring and engaged one-on-one.
Yeah, I can talk a bit more about that. There are a bunch of services like this now, but I enjoyed using Nations Photo Lab. They offer a ton of options for getting prints of various sizes. Last time I ordered aluminum prints that were ready to hang... The prints arrived in a week or two. Not expensive (IMO) and look great on my walls.
Looking for a printing company in Seattle with high-quality custom prints for posters up to 16'x4'. Hoping to have the prints completed by January ...
10 months ago
I've used Nations Photo Lab (nationsphotolab.com) for this in the past and been quite happy. If I had a rush job, I might go to a FedEx store. The printing hardware there is fine, though you probably want to do your own color correction if that's important. Good luck!
For super last minute prints, I've actually used Fedex in the past. I do really like VistaPrint when you have a bit more time (for shipping) though, they have templates you can download to make sure your stuff comes out looking perfect.