Flag Care
Artwork Templates
Artwork Requirements
Customer Concerns Policy

Caring for your flag

  • Always ensure that flags are hoisted aloft and free from nearby trees or buildings

  • Minimise a flags exposure to the elements by taking down the flags in the evening or in extreme weather conditions.

  • Make sure flags are dry before putting them away and store them in a cool, dry place.

  • Always wash flags in a gentle detergent to lessen fading, and never use any bleach or similar products on your flags.


A flag's life

Flags are more often than not subjected to nature’s harsh elements. Ultra violet rays and high winds cause the breakdown of fibres in flags, particularly the breakdown of the sewn edges at the extremities.

Prevailing conditions will largely determine the length of the life of your flag. A flag that weathers extreme conditions will not last as long as a flag flown in a temperate climate. If you wish to preserve your flag, it should be brought in when strong winds are predicated. Note also that flags flown on standard poles will last longer than flags flown at a great height, due to accelerated velocity of the wind.

The life of a flag also depends on its flying time. A flag that is flown from dawn until dusk will have a considerably longer life than a flag flown 24 hours a day.
Evan Evans manufactures flags using only the best quality materials and inks that modern technology can offer.  It is estimated that an Evan Evans flag will maintain its original quality and vibrant colours for 6 to 12 months when flown in standard conditions every day. With less usage our flags can remain in great condition for 2 plus years depending on conditions.

It is important when raising your flag that you properly attach it to the rope so that it does not wrap around itself as this can damage the flag. You can use flag clips for easy access.

Bringing your flag in each evening and in bad weather will also help extend the life of your flag.
By their very nature flags are perishable items. Even the strongest flag cannot survive forever when exposed to nature. All flags, much like the tyres on your car or the soles of your shoes, even when properly used, will need to be replaced eventually. 

It is for this reason that we cannot provide any guarantees for the lifespan of any flag.

Download Evan Evans artwork templates


Bunting square 220x300 (PDF)

Bunting triangle 220x300 (PDF)



2 Stand (PDF)

L-Stand 850x2150 (PDF)

L-Stand 1200x2150 (PDF)

Nordic stand 600x2000 (PDF)

Matrix Frame 2400x1500 (PDF)

Table overlay round 2200mm (1700mm table) (PDF)



Golf pin flag 450x350 (PDF)

Handwavers 300x150 (PDF)

Standard flag 900x450 (PDF)

Standard flag 900x1800 (PDF)

Standard flag 1400x700 (PDF)

Standard flag 1800x900 (PDF)

Standard flag 2300x1150 (PDF)

Standard flag 2700x1400 (PDF)

Standard flag 3200x1600 (PDF)

Table flag 150x75 (PDF)



FlagTrax flag 760x2500 (PDF)

FlagTrax flag 1000x2600 (PDF)

FlagTrax flag 1170x3000 (PDF)

FlagTrax flag 1200x3300 (PDF)


Portable flags

Bowhead flag 1750 (PDF)

Bowhead flag 2970 (PDF)

Bowhead flag 4800 (PDF)

Classic (splash) flag mini 525x1060 (PDF)

Classic (splash) flag small 844x1336 (PDF)

Classic (splash) flag medium 1080x1960 (PDF)

Classic (splash) flag large 1240x2388 (PDF)

Feather (Flexilite) flag small 650x1800 (PDF)

Feather (Flexilite) flag small curve 650x1800 (PDF) 

Feather (Flexilite) flag large wide 900x2700 (PDF)

Feather (Flexilite) flag large wide curve 900x2700) PDF

Feather (Flexilite) flag large narrow 650x2700 (PDF)

Feather (Flexilite) flag large narrow curve 650x2700 (PDF)

Feather flag 2200 (PDF)

Feather flag 3300 (PDF)

Feather flag 4500 (PDF)

Max flag mini 400x1100 (PDF)

Max flag small 450x1500 (PDF)

Max flag medium 600x1800 (PDF)

Max flag large 900x2700 (PDF)

Ozzpole flag 450x1400 (PDF)

Ozzpole flag 850x2600 (PDF)

Ozzpole flag 850x4100 (PDF)

Spinnaker flag small 772x1553 (PDF)

Spinnaker flag medium 905x1815 (PDF)

Teardrop (splash) flag medium 720x2160 (PDF)

Teardrop (splash) flag large 820x2617 (PDF)

Teardrop flag 2000 (PDF)

Teardrop flag 3000 (PDF)

Teardrop flag 4000 (PDF)

Tempo flag 2200 (PDF)

Tempo flag 3300 (PDF)

Tempo flag 4500 (PDF)

Twister flag 2200 (PDF)

Twister flag 3300 (PDF)

Twister flag 4500 (PDF)

Waver flag small 800x3100 (PDF)

Waver flag large 900x4100 (PDF)

XPX flag mini 400x1300 (PDF)

XPX flag small 900x1500 (PDF)

XPX flag medium 900x1800 (PDF)

XPX flag large 900x2700 (PDF)


Retractable banners (pull up)

Eclipse 850x2200 (PDF)

Eclipse 1000x2200 (PDF)

Eclipse 1200x2200 (PDF)

Eclipse 1500x2000 (PDF)

Eclipse 1800x2200 (PDF)

Economy 600x1800 (PDF)

Economy 850x2150 (PDF)

Economy 1000x2150 (PDF)

Economy 1200x2150 (PDF)

Economy 1500x2150 (PDF)

Elite 850x2000 (PDF)

Elite 850x2200 (PDF)

Elite 1000x2060 (PDF)

Elite 1200x2060 (PDF)

Elite 1500x2060 (PDF)

Elite 1800x2170 (PDF)

Elite 2400x2170 (PDF)

Elite 2900x2190 (PDF)

Evolution 880x2060 (PDF)

Slimline 850x2200 (PDF)

Slimline 1000x2200 (PDF)


If you require a template not listed on this page please contact us.

Please provide print ready files in PDF or Illustrator EPS format with the below specifications.

Prepare all files in Adobe Creative Suite programs. Please outline all fonts.

Images should be embedded or linked and provided in TIFF, EPS or PSD formats at the resolutions below.

If your job requires white printing, please contact our production team for file set-up instructions.
Please provide a colour hard-copy or a PDF to use as a guide when printing.
Pantone colours to be chosen from the solid coated library.


Download artwork requirements here


Please note: the above are all the same size file.

If the file is a raster image then it can be supplied as TIFF, EPS or PSD.
Please make sure it is cropped to size, including any bleed.
Maximum file size accepted it 500mb.


We support

Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Acrobat, InDesign (latest editions)


How to supply files

For online orders files can be uploaded via evanevans.com.au.
Files can also be supplied on CD/DVD, via email (10mb limit), or by uploading to Hightail. Please speak to a Customer Service representative for Hightail details.



A minimum file preparation fee of $50 applies to all work. If your artwork requires extensive work to bring it to specification a Customer Service representative will contact you prior to commencing production.
Rush Rates apply to work required within 48 hours of approval. A Customer Service representative will contact you if this applies.



A fee of $125 per hour applies if your artwork requires extensive work to bring it to specification.
If you would like artwork created by one of our qualified graphic designers, the fee is $125 per hour.


Artwork Terms and Conditions

Evan Evans will take great care in checking your files for related errors.
If a problem arises as a result of incorrect artwork supplied, the client will take responsibility for reprint costs.

At Evan Evans we pride ourselves on our commitment to resolve customer concerns in a prompt and satisfactory manner in order to promote and strive for great customer service and customer satisfaction.

Evan Evans takes all our customer feedback seriously and recognises that customers have the right to complain and be heard and have the right to receive a response.

We are committed to dealing with your concerns or complaints promptly, fairly, completely and courteously informing you of how we propose to act, how long it should take and what the results are.

Providing feedback

Most issues are best addressed at the first point of contact however, if you are not satisfied with the service you are receiving or have received, please contact Mike Richardson, Manager Customer Service and Communications by:

Phone: 03 8413 6600 or 1800 990 989

Email: info@evanevans.com.au

Post: Mike Richardson, Customer Service and Communications Manager, 673 Spencer Street, West Melbourne, VIC, 3003

In person: 673 Spencer Street, West Melbourne, VIC, 3003

Evan Evans operating hours are Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm (AEST).

Flag Etiquette
Printing and the Environment:
Product Assembly Guides
Product Information Sheets

Flying and displaying the Australian flag

Flags should be flown from sunrise to sunset. 

Flags should be displayed only in a manner befitting the organisation (or national emblem if it's the Australian flag). 

Flags should always be flown aloft and free and should not be allowed to fall or lie upon the ground. 

The Australian National Flag should not be used:

  • as a covering of a statue, monument or plaque for an unveiling ceremony (a plain cover should be used)
  • as a table or seat cover
  • as a masking for boxes, barriers or intervening space between floor and ground level on a dias or platform. 

When displaying the Australian flag against a surface, whether horizontally or vertically, the top left quarter of the Australian Flag should be placed uppermost on the observer's left, as viewed from the front of the flag.


Folding the Australian flag

1. Start with the flag flat with the Union Jack in the bottom left hand corner.  Note: never place a flag on the ground.

2. Fold the flag lengthwise once and then once again.

3. Bring the two ends of the flag together.

4. Concertina the flag by folding backwards and forwards until the flag is neatly bundled.

5. Keep the flag bundled by winding the rope of the flag around it.

Printing and the environment:

EE is committed to reducing the impact of our digital printing activities on the environment. In order to meet this commitment, we continue to meet all necessary regulatory requirements that relate to our business and keep informed of environmental issues of relevance to our industry,

We use eco-solvent and UV curable inks and promote the use of sustainable papers and recycling synthetic papers and where possible operate a purchasing policy by selecting green printing materials and services which are more environmentally friendly. We also utilise waste minimisation and recycling schemes, including recycling packaging materials whenever possible and use state of the art waste management companies to collect all paper waste for segregated recycling of trimming and cardboard including the correct disposal of chemical waste.

To further reduce the impact on our environment, we have developed a range of bags made entirely from recycled flags and banners. ’FlagBags’ have been developed in response to the need to reduce the waste from one off or short use flags and banners. We can turn these used banners into a useful and long lasting bag to use every day!

Download assembly guidelines for Evan Evans products

E-Frame assembly

ISO Frame

ISO frame small LCD holder

ISO frame large LCD holder 

ISO Square table assembly

ISO frame wave assembly

ISO frame keyboard table assembly

Tough Media Installation Guide


More product information sheets coming soon. If you would like information about any products not listed above please contact us.

Download Evan Evans product information sheets




ISO Frame


Portable flags

Euro Range Product Guide

Classic (splash)

Feather (flexilite)

Teardrop (splash)




Retractable banners (pull up)

Elite pull up media wall


More product information sheets coming soon. If you would like information about any products not listed above please contact us.