Jet-washing, abrasive, chemical and laser removal processes use various techniques to remove the graffiti from the surface. Laser removal processes are likely to be more appropriate for a sensitive surface, such as historical buildings.
GRAFFOLUTION aims to widen our understandings and seeks counter-intuitive responses for and from affected stakeholder groups and communities, including those who have utilised street art as part of city regeneration and place-making strategies.
The Graffolution project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 608152. For more details on the project visit http://project.graffolution.eu.