Cloth Poster Review
I tried out a cloth poster for the first time at NELS so I wouldn’t have to deal with a poster tube on the flight. It went great!
I used the custom fabric printing company Spoonflower. I printed my poster on one yard of their “performance knit” fabric at 300dpi. The printing was crisp and did not fade or stain, even though they dropped my bag in a puddle at the airport and the poster was soaked.
ASCB has a useful post on how to print a poster with Spoonflower. I followed their instructions exactly and it turned out perfectly.
The poster was $50 ($25 for the fabric, $25 for rush shipping) actually slightly cheaper than the $60 it costs to get a paper poster printed in Los Angeles.