- Your stencil is produced from your artwork and will cost between £100-£150 depending on the detail. We require the file in eps, pdf or .ai format. After your campaign is complete we will store the stencil for you for FREE should you wish to use it for future campaigns or you can collect this or arrange your own postage at your own cost. The size of this stencil depends on what’s involved in your artwork. Typically this is up to 900mm square, however if you require a large piece doing we can create several stencils and ‘jigsaw piece’ them together for example to wash over.
We used to state some example costs here but had a change in mind publicizing them to other clean advertising companies.
On many Clean Advertising campaigns we place them to our own freedom from our experience of knowing which paving will work by simply spotting them whilst driving between each impression placement.
You can specify the locations but this is a more costly campaign as we have found on many occasions the paving will either not e suitable or be too clean. We have spent hours on campaigns following lists of desired locations and not made progress.
THE BEST WAY IS LEAVING IT TO US. WE KNOW WHICH PAVING TYPE WORK BEST AND WE AIM TO DELIVER CRISP CLEAR IMPRESSIONS EVERYTIME, WE JUST NEED THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF GRIME!
Clean Advertising is a gray area. Some councils kick up a fuss. We believe the main reason is because they aren’t cleaning the streets enough and the impressions can open up a can of worms as they will show how clean the paving should be, or could be!
We always state ask the local councils for permission first, but it’s very rare they will grant it. In our opinion we don’t see why permission should be sought! We remove the dirt from the paving that the councils don’t bother cleaning and more importantly we haven’t applied an ink or paint to the surface. Are the council just embarrassed by how clean the paving can be or should be?
PEACE OF MIND;
We have carried out campaigns direct to several councils. More and more are now using clean advertising on pavements to raise awareness for example Tower Hamlets Council in November 2016 where the impressions were for Violence Against Women and Girls.