Harrods recently employed PressOn to print a series of enormous hoarding graphics, in the style of a huge bank vault. In collaboration with 3D installations company 3D Eye, PressOn helped to create some of the most eye-catching and visually impressive site hoardings they’ve ever worked on.
Hoarding utilizes a series of connected panels in order to hide construction. Often featuring photography of the upcoming development, hoarding can also feature a more natural approach where it blends into, instead of detracts from, the site. Hoarding can be interactive or have no content at all. UK signage specialists Wallace Print have experience with all types of hoarding design both minimalistic and complex.