Yes, we take your artwork and convert to a graffiti stencil for street advertising in many outdoor locations. Our road marking stencils logo branded the Tour of Britain. Street stencils are used by councils for dog fouling campaigns, in school playgrounds and for government awareness projects. Media agencies use street advertising for publicising products, musical promotions, signage and logos during major sporting events.
Yes, we break down your image into stencil sheets and add registration marks for alignment so making the maximum length/height limitless. We advise if mulit-layer or mulit-part stencils are required.
Many clients use street stencils for a super quick advertising campaign – a quote, tweet, hashtag or directions –to a venue or sporting event.
There are various types of paint and chalk – temporary or semi-permanent.
We can help you choose whether for a ‘Tour of…’ road marking campaign or when calculating maximum impact when viewed from the sky/TV cameras.
Street advertising is a great solution to apply an image on the street and remove quickly for one day flash events.
Your stencil will work with all proprietary brands of spray paint and chalkspray. We can advise on best methods.
We provide the appropriate overspray border.
Secure the stencil with a strong tape while chalk spray is applied. Take care not to spray too close and keep the can moving. It is easy to apply too much. An initial test practice will help.
City councils come to us for their clean campaign stencils. These can be supplied from A3 upwards for use on walls, streets and pavements.
Polyester film is flexible so they can be used to apply your “Clean it up” message to lampposts.