Santa Barbara’s Premier Printing, Vehicle Wrap, and Trade Show Graphics Provider!
Celebrating Two Decades of Excellence
Santa Barbara Signs & Graphics has been providing the highest quality products and services to Santa Barbara area businesses since 1997. From slick, portable trade show displays to transit ads, sandblasted signs and vehicle graphics, we are your one stop shop for all types of signs and graphics. Please call or contact us regarding your project.
We keep up with cutting edge developments and have often been the first to offer new technologies in our area. We use industry-leading software and equipment along with the best materials to maintain our reputation for quality. Both of our large format printers offer a color gamut beyond traditional CMYK.
We have been in the same convenient upper State Street business location since we opened. We are always available during business hours to answer your questions and show you samples of our products to help you decide which product to choose for your project. We pride ourselves on our service, and hope you’ll choose us for your next sign or graphics project.
Our customers love us! Please visit our testimonials page to see what our customers and business partners are saying.
Printing in Santa Barbara
We have been Santa Barbara’s printing experts for well over a decade. We specialize in large format digital printing and can print on a wide variety of substrates for almost any application. Please visit our printer overview page at (774) 256-4348 for more information.
Santa Barbara Signs & Graphics is a proud member of the Sign Biz Network! We are also long-term members of the Tri-Counties Better Business Bureau and the Goleta Valley Chamber of Commerce.
More information (604) 565-8997 and the organizations that we belong to.
We’ve been the official sign and graphics provider for the Santa Barbara International Film Festival for over fifteen years, including the 2017 festival and other SBIFF events throughout the year.
We also donate signs and banners for the Goleta Lemon Festival, as well as the Spirit of ’76 Independence Day parade.