Incorporate public art into your hoarding graphics
Our experience has shown that public art gets tagged less often than marketing messages. To prevent unsightly graffiti, dedicate more space to public art and reserve a smaller portion to advertising messages. For example, in the City of Toronto, 50% of construction hoarding needs to be used for community art if it is on part of the public right of way. For developers, this represents an opportunity to partner with local artists and beautify the city streets. If you are interested in learning more about the PATCH project read this blog on Bridging Business And Culture Through Public Art. What better way to showcase public art, prevent graffiti tagging and inform residents of the new development?
Use special anti-graffiti laminate over printed graphics
Anti-graffiti laminate can be applied directly on top of the printed graphics to facilitate easy cleaning. Once the laminate is applied, graffiti can be easily and quickly removed from the Greenloc panels. There is no need to replace the panels or re-print the graphics. The anti-graffiti laminate is an efficient solution if your hoarding is located in a high-traffic area that makes the enclosure more vulnerable to tagging.