The people in Agordo, a town near Belluno, decided to approach the current idea of imagery on their scaffolding cover in the most artigianale of ways. Instead of using a sponsor's image to print over the entire surface of the facade area being restored, as is often done in big cities like Venice these days, or printing a photographic replica of what the facade normally looks like to place on the covering, someone got some paint and brushes and did their painterly and naif version of the original facade. I find this completely adorable. You can find this scaffolding painting across from the church in the center of town.
For some images of what the photo slick versions usually look like:
The recently restored Bridge of Sighs, Venice, with the sponsor Bulgari on display
Photo credit: flickr name: travellerlisa
For a picture reference of a Paduan version of a scaffolding cover, go to my post.
At least Padua in 2009 advertised the City of Hope, part of the Padua Hospital system. It a hospital program for kids with physical problems.