John Parkinson has worked with us on many projects over the years so when he decided to run for Macomb Township, MI Trustee contacting us to take care of the visuals was a no brainier. We sat down and discussed his platform, angle and what issues were important to him. From there we worked our magic. This lawn sign is one of many items his campaign is using to help him get noticed.
Colleen’s Irish Mustard isn’t your regular yellow mustard and you most likely have never had anything like it before. Irish mustard has history, and many layers of flavor. Fusion was tasked with developing a small “shelf talker” sign that could be placed next to the product while displayed on the shelf at the many artisan markets it is sold at as well as product demos. The sign features a bottle of mustard with handwritten labels including; gluten free, family recipe, and veteran owned.
As you can see the old sign at the Linwood Building had seen better days. Being tenants in the building ourselves we wanted to make sure that the new sign really ‘leveled up’. I don’t know about you but I think we nailed it.
• jBond Substrate
• Latex Print
We had the pleasure of working with the Police Dept. in Eastpointe, MI while they were renovating their front lobby. We created all of the signage and graphics for the new space. Pictured you can see second surface window graphics, aluminum signage (police badges), and epoxy floor vinyl graphics,
We were delighted when Jamie from The Hot Rod Shop reached out expressing his distaste for the blank wall when you first walk into his office. We immediately through a wall wrap would work best but after tossing around ideas we decided that dimensional signage would be even better in this case. This sign has 3 layers that make it stand out almost as much as their hotrods.
• Latex Printed Jbond
• Black Gator Foam
• 3M VHB Tape
• French Cleat