Big, Bold and Bright Outdoor Banner Designs

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From marketing events to product launches and company parties most companies need a banner at some point. There are plenty of ways to put together a simple sign, but isn’t it so much more fun to do something a little artistic? These bold, bright and beautiful banners are hung in various parts of the world. Some of them are promotional and some are decorative but all of them are eye-catching, attention grabbers.

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These banners from the anti-cuts demonstrations in Edinburgh, show that protest signs of the 21st century go way beyond poster board and permanent marker.

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From the 2008 World Olympics these banners bearing the official slogan, use color, shading and motion to create a stunning effect.

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From the Long Branch balloon and wine festival in Virginia, these wind banners use color blocking to augment the festivities.

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This company banner is a great example of riffing on a core logo. The design creates a look that is cohesive with branding, but the intricate background gives it a twist.

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Banners outside the Monterey Bay Aquarium use the natural beauty of Jellyfish to entice and excite visitors. The multi-banner arrangement also creates levels and depth for visual interest.

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The banners hanging outside the St Louis Public Library use abstract images and primary colors to create a look that is meant to inspire the interest of children.

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Nothing fancy here for the MacWorld 2011 Expo, but even basic black and white with text can still produce a striking image. By using varying sizes and text direction this banner is worth stopping for.

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Outside the Boerths Gallery in downtown Fargo, these banners only hint at the art you can find inside.

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From outside the Inari Shrine in Tokyo red and white banners on blue poles use simple colors, and bulk volume to compose an impressive display.

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The Mouse looks like he’s gone a little mad in these Disney Epic Mickey banners. But the abstract paint splashes and drips make a scene that is dark, but vibrant.

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Leading into the Sumo arena in Tokyo, these gorgeous banners are a cavalcade of colors. This rainbow walkway begets an entrance that is joyful and magnificent.

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This banner by pop artist Roy Lichtenstein is certainly an arresting statement. Being provocative is a definite way to make any banner stand out.

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A double banner with alternating colors is a repetitive but lively way to let everyone know they’re reached the center of the city in Westminster.

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Ok, it’s a little creepy, but this banner hanging in Upper Ground, SE1 London uses graphic, almost disturbing images to make an impact.

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