Reverse Graffiti (Street Advertising/Clean Advertising) in Belfast

A great spot to advertise.

How would you like your company, brand or organisation’s message advertised on the pavements of Belfast City Centre, the wider Belfast area or even across Northern Ireland?

This unique, eco friendly, creative way of advertising is known as Reverse Graffiti, Eco Advertising, Clean Tagging, Grime Writing, Green Graffiti, Street Advertising or Clean Advertising. Reverse Graffiti in Belfast is a great way to reach a high number of potential customers due to the high footfall of people who walk over this type of advertising.

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Simply created by using water, delivered through a industrial high powered pressure washer, we create them by pressure washing through a stencil onto a dirty, grimy pavement. This then produces your advertising onto the pavement which will last on average 4 weeks but in many cases, a lot longer.

We have all the equipment on board our van, so are completely mobile, enabling us to provide your outdoor advertising campaign to wherever you prefer in Belfast and throughout Northern Ireland. Innovative, creative and eye catching, these ‘clean ads’ are growing in popularity throughout the  world with companies such as ‘Cadbury’s, ‘Starbuck’s’ and ‘Nike’ all using this form of advertising.



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So what’s involved?

Firstly we will talk through your campaign, what you are advertising, advice regarding the design, who you are targeting and where best to place the ads to target this demographic, and how many ads are required to do this.

After receiving a 50% deposit we will order your stencil and then it will be time to commence your campaign.

We will keep you updated on your campaign by recording the precise locations of your impressions and we will take photos of them too, so they can be used in your own social media advertising.

I’m sure you will have many more questions so why not send me a email or contact me directly  on 079 0670 3646 or 028 9029 9148

Thanks for reading,


p.s….. some examples below on well known brands using reverse graffiti.

starbucks           bbc

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