This hoarding print we produced for Louise Bradley interior designers is a small but fantastic example of a well designed hoarding print.
The high end interior designers were horrified to find a construction site safety hoarding being installed at the end of their luxury London mews in knightsbridge, right in front of their flagship showroom which will be up for two years! Scrabbling for solutions to camouflage or disguise the construction site hoarding they contacted Project Print Management for solutions. We suggested simple digitally printed hoarding panels which are cost effective, durable and will last the duration of the construction work.
This hoarding print really gives the impression the garden is there.
It’s so good you need to look twice. This is why good design is so important. The view has been completely transformed and looks as if the seats are actually in the garden at the end of the mews. The image is scaled correctly and perspective is accurate. Using the same style stone on the ground to cover up the wooden floor really give the image a three dimensional look. Louise Bradley in house designers are credited with the artwork. Clearly very good at their job!
Digitally printed on Aluminium Composite and over-laminated.
We digitally printed high resolution directly onto a 3 mm aluminium composite panel and over-laminated. The laminate provides additional protection needed due to the very nature of a construction site. The printed hoarding gets dirty very quickly and often needs cleaning. The buildup of dust on the printed hoarding is very abrasive and will produce hairline scratches in the print if rubbed with a sponge and cleaned regularly. The laminate will protect print from these hairline scratched.