- Clean advertising, dirty pavement
- Reverse graffiti stencil used to mark pavement
- Stencil artwork ready to convert for the laser
- Used with water for a more temporary effect.
- Used with water for a more temporary message
CLICCLOC an innovative watch brand
CLICLOC watches are a cool, ‘one-size fits all’ watch design with interchangeable faces. There’s a different colour strap for every mood and occasion.
Reverse graffiti stencils take the message to the street.
For a recent publicity stunt CLICCLOC took to the streets of London and used a stencil to promote their fantastic new design. The logo and company strap line were laser cut from a 350 micron Mylar tough enough to withstand a blasting from a high pressure jet wash.
The stencil was applied to a dirty pavement, where the water jet exposed the cleaned stencil image. The image lasts for some time before it gradually fades
Reverse graffiti stencils (also referred to as pavement stenciling or clean advertising stencils) can be used widely to promote a variety of outdoor events, marketing stunts and exhibitions. They are quickly becoming the Outdoor advertising form of choice! How could you advertise with a graffiti stencil? See more about laser cutting stencils.