They are so contemporary, frequent and known elements that it is strange to know that the origin of the hanging wraps are the medieval banners and standards used as garnishments when renowned events for the city took place, such as a tournament, a jousting or a ceremony.
They are used nowadays to advertise events with a standing connotation and a civic interest, such as exhibitions, fairs and cultural or sports events, and they continue to communicate festive atmosphere and communication with people.
Sundisa prints them with UVI inks on opaque two-faced reinforced pvc. We make them and install them in circuits for the main streets of any city The standard dimension is 90 x 120 cm. The guidons, more similar to the original standards, are up to 240 cm high.