Our passion for digital printing goes beyond beautiful imagery
We believe good digital print should solve problems

Screen Printing Service
Screen Printing

With over 25 years of expertise in screen printing, coupled with our 6-colour rotating screen printer. We are able to deliver high quality products to our customers.

Digital Printing Service
Digital Printing

Our industry-leading range of the best EFI digital printers is your solution to all of your wide and grand format digital printing needs. We have a team of experts to walk in through the whole process from start to finish.

Textile Printing Service
Textile Printing

Equipped with state of the art EFI Regianni Pro printers, we are able to print on paper and fabric. Likewise, any fabric with polyester blend is printable and guarantee to last as long as the fabric.

Order online with TK Graphics
Online Ordering

For your convenience, we have a team working around the clock to ensure that all orders are fulfilled within 24 hours. In addition, our e-commerce store offers a lot of product customization so our customer is bound to find what they are looking for.

Vehicle Advertising Wrap Service
Vechicle Wraps

Since 2008, we have acquired an advertising vehicle wrap company called Topwraps. Ever since, we have provided our customers with in-house advertisement design and professional vehicle wrapping services.

Onsite Installations

From building wraps to floor decals, we will travel to your location to complete your projects in Greater Vancouver.


Large and grand format printing at TK Graphics

Grand & Wide-Format Printing

Wide format printing is generally accepted to be any computer-controlled printing that support a maximum print roll width of between 18″ and 197″. 

City Beautification

City beautification is the process of making visual improvements to a thing such as a utility box or street pole.

Point of Purchase

Advertising banners and signs to visually announce sales and in-store specials at point of purchase.

Vehicle Wraps

Wrap advertising or a vehicle wrap is known as the marketing practice of completely or partially covering (wrapping) a vehicle in an advertisement or livery. TK Graphics focus primarily on commercial vehicle wraps.

Canvas Prints

Canvas Print

A canvas print, not to be confused with a canvas painting, is an image printed from an inkjet printer onto canvas. Once printed, the canvas gets stretched onto a frame. 

backdrop printing


A large piece of cloth, often with scenery printed on it that is hung at the back of a stage to create a visual background.


An organized and planned social occasion hosted at a booth or a designated area.


A picture, design, or label prepared on special paper for transfer onto another surface.

Election Signs

Election Sign

A sign used to advertise any person or political party participating in an election and includes an election campaign advertisement.



We love to help you for your business with the graphics solutions and other awesome digital media.

Established in 1993 under the name, New World Print.

New World Print started out as a small screen-printing company with only one-colour press that specialized in decal prints and 2 employees. 

The company has ever since grown to over 40 employees operating in a 44,000 square feet facility set up with industry leading printing equipment; specializing in large format colour printing. New World Print is currently a holding company after establishing T.K. Graphics 4 years ago.

T.K. Graphics has ever since adopted all core businesses from New World Print and exist as a subsidiary under New World Print. In 2013, the company acquired TOPWRAPS, which was a commercial vehicle advertisement wrapping business. In 2014, the company started a manufacturing line for Premium Custom Photo Canvas under TOPWRAPS and gave it the name TOPWRAPS Canvas. At present day, the company is privately owned by 8 hardworking brothers and sisters



Can I submit Microsoft Word, PowerPoint or Excel files for print jobs?

Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Publisher are not recommended for any type of print production. These programs were not designed for a commercial print production workflow. The output from these types of files is unpredictable. When submitting Microsoft files, a legible accurate hard copy is a must! The unpredictable nature of these files may require additional time to produce and pre-press charges to reformat.

Can I supply a PostScript or PDF file for output?

Yes, you can definitely supply a PostScript or PDF file. We are able to analyze and edit PDF files just as well as other files, such as Quark, Indesign and Illustrator. However, we are not able to review or edit PostScript files, and thus any errors or minor incompatibilities with your files could cause delay or incur additional charges.

Do you print on t-shirts or textiles?

At this time, we don’t have the capability to print on t-shirts. However, we have no problem printing on polyester textile or polyester textile blends that consist of at least 60% polyester.

Does your company have an online store?

Yes, a lot of the products we offer along with the prices are listed on our online store. You can access our e-commerce site at:

How can I obtain a quote?

You may acquire a quote by calling, faxing or emailing one of our Sales Representatives. Telephone: 604.575.1812 Fax: 604.575.1824 E-mail:  Tip: Make sure you have enclosed all detailed information, such as: your contact information, due date, size, quantity, indoor/outdoor applications, requested material/stock, finishing requirements (i.e.: grommets, hemming, d-tape, do not trim, numbering, die-cut)

How can I submit my artfile?

You may do one of three methods:

1. submit via FTP. For FTP access, contact us at 604.575.1812,

2. e-mail us at,

3. have your artwork saved on a cd, dvd, or USB device and drop it off or mail it to our office.

How do I find all my fonts and send them to you?

Even when you use common, classic typefaces you’ll need to send the copies of the actual font files that your document contains. Fonts can vary from vendor to vendor and there are differences between the TrueType and Type 1 versions of fonts.

  • Send both screen and printer fonts (for Type 1 fonts).
  • If you have embedded EPS files that include text that is not converted to curves, be sure to send the fonts for those images as well.
  • Avoid mixing TrueType and Type 1 fonts in the same file.
  • Send the same version of the font (that is, if you used TrueType fonts but send the Type 1 version of that typeface you may see errors).
How fast can you get my project done?

We have a phenomenal turn-around time. We can produce your advertising within 5 – 7 business days, and depending on the quantity run and size, we can even produce it within 24 hours

I have a concept in my mind but I don’t know where to go next?

As part of our one-stop-shop service, our graphic designing team can transform your ideas to conceptual eye-catching designs. Also we can refer you to one of our professional designer contacts.

What are bleed and safety margins?

  • Bleed is extending any colour, photo, or design elements past the cut line. Our print shop trims printed pieces in stacks of hundreds of sheets at a time. This is much faster than trimming individual pieces, at the cost of a little accuracy. Bleed gives the print shop a margin of error when trimming, so that if the cut is a little off, the white of the paper won’t show along the edge.
  • We request you add 1/4″ of bleed to your layouts .
  • Safety margin is the opposite of bleed. If you put important information such as a song title or an important part of a photo right up against the crop line, some of it may get cut off. We recommend that you keep your type and other important elements 1/4″ inside the crop marks.
What form of payment do you accept?

T.K. Graphics will be happy to accept your payment by: company cheque, Visa, Master Card, American Express, or of course, cash.

What is your printing size capability?

*** We also have the capability to tile your print if it is larger than the material and/or our printers.

Type of Printer Maximum Side or Width
Colour Laser Printer 13″ x 19″
Water Base Inkjet Width 60″
Solvent High Resolution Printer Width 16′
1000 dpi UV Printer Width 16′
Six Colour Press 36″ x 48″
UV Flatbed  60″ x 120″










What resolution and scale should I construct the art file at?

All raster images are to be between 72dpi and 300dpi at their final output size. Please refer below for the minimum resolution corresponding to the product.

Product Resolution
Transit Advertising 300 dpi at 1/4 scale
Outdoor Advertising 300 dpi at 1/4 scale
Billboard 600 dpi at 1/12 scale
Presentation and Tradeshow 400 dpi at 1/4 scale
Point of Purchase 300 dpi at actual size
Decals 300 dpi at actual size
Fleet and Vehicle Graphics 900 dpi at 1/12 scale
Wall Murals 900 dpi at 1/12 scale
Why is there a difference between RGB and CMYK?

  • CMYK (also known as 4-colour process) refers to the 4 ink colours used in 4-colour process printing. C is cyan (blue), M is magenta (red), Y is yellow, and K is black, the key plate or keyline colour.
  • RGB is what monitors, scanners and digital cameras use for displaying colour. R is red, G is green, and B is blue. When saving graphics for a web page, saving the image in RGB is best suited but when we are talking presswork, then you want to convert the image to CMYK.
  • RGB images may look great on screen or printed on your inkjet printer but they usually don’t print well to PostScript output devices. Convertyour images to CMYK. While RGB has its place (on the Web, for example) it isn’t suitable for most PostScript colour printing.


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