g2 Surf Lams


 

We are pleased to provide custom board shapers / builders and surfers world-wide with premium 7 color (yes, we can print white!) premium rice paper laminates for surfboard logos and custom surfboard graphics and designs.

Photos, Solids, Gradients - you name it!

Printed from your artwork or we will help create a logo or graphic for you.

1000's of stock images available,

Please call (321) 438-1174 for details

 

Large Format Surf Lams
 on Premium Silky Heavy Rice Paper

3' Logo Sheet: up to 23" x 34"    $125
  +S&H
  10' Full Board: up to 23" x 120"     $215  +S&H

Full color large format rice paper surf board lams, printed on a state of the art professional grade equipment.

High resolution - 600 dpi - 7 Color Printing:

Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black, Lt Cyan, Lt Magenta
& Optional White. (additional fee for white plate)

Due to a special process, the ink
is mostly on the surface of the rice paper.
No bleeding, and very little color loss from
ink penetration.

Print detail and color quality are outstanding!

 
 order online below. please call for discounts on 3 or more

MIND BOGGLING AMAZING COLOR!

Looks and feels like screen printing... at close to one off prices!

VIVID / BOLD / SOLID

Mix and match multiple designs, or cover the entire surfboard in one sheet.

 

Limited art skills? No problem!

let us design a logo and branding package for your boards that will get you noticed.

From Your Rough Sketch...

logo design and branding for custom printed ricepaper surfboard inserts

 

To Finished Branding!

 

 

We Print Up To 10 Feet!



120" x 23" single piece lam, top and bottom. 

g2's prints will not run, melt or bleed went installed properly, using resin or epoxy.

Lams are printed on specialized professional grade equipment for the best reproduction quality possible - far better than the average sign plotter, where the paper is pulled by rollers past the head,  leaves the printer wet, and basically air dries.

Eliminate dot gain. No blurry edges. No colors bleeding & blending via absorption. This allows for the most intricate designs imaginable - even a family portrait - to be printed with total clarity.

There's less then 1% ink loss from penetrating the rice paper and being lost.

More ink on the Paper = More color on your Board!

Of course, the paper disappears on the board when wet out, but if opacity is what you need, we can also print a white base plate!


 

Surfboard Graphics, Company Branding, Logos and Seals Printed On Synthetic Rice Paper:

 

color composite

 white art plate

 

 

 

Step 1:  Art File Submission:

No charge for:  simple re-sizing / duplication to fill the page / simple color change work.

free file check: upload large files here

or email small files to: [email protected],


High resolution, 300 dpi, clean images are needed for best print results.


White ink requires a spot color file, along with the 4 color process file for the graphic.
Customer supplied art that is not "print ready" may require and additional 1 time charge of $50 and up.

 

 Step 2: Order Board Lams:


  • Art prep fee only applies if required, based on review of your file submission.
  • Please call for prices on custom illustrated board art - (321) 438-1174
  • We can design and create anything you can imagine!
  • Use $50 button for optional white plate.
  • We will gladly hand trim your graphics into individual elements for clean edges and shapes - $25





Logo Sheet: 23" x 34" @ $125 ea.  +S&H

Full Board: 23" x 119" @ $215 ea.  +S&H

basic art prep / hand-trim: $25

detailed art prep: $50 (or white plate)

complex art prep: $75


Step 3-

Get in the Water!

 

   





some of my favorite links for my surfing friends...


Surf Guru (surf reports, cams, videos & forums)
Surfline (global cams, reports, videos & travel)

Save Our Seas Foundation (education, projects, videos & more)
Surfrider Foundation
(help protect our beaches)

Tide Charts
(know when to go)
Intellicast
(animated satellite weather)


   


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. Arrivederci.

Special thanks to Saverio Caminiti