Select Renovations is a Michigan-based Duro-Last Roofing Contractor. Fusion Marketing was hired to apply their logo on the side of one of their trucks. We used vinyl graphics to create a large and eye-catching logo that would help them stand out from the competition and we would love to do the same for you.
Top Shelf Painting is a full-service painting company in Michigan. They’ve been in the industry for over 20 years and have earned a reputation for excellence, professionalism, and customer service. In order to meet their customers’ needs, they needed custom graphics on their new truck so it would match their other vehicles. We designed and printed the graphics onto the van’s side panels and we’re happy with how well it turned out!
Fusion Marketing is proud to offer custom perforated window decals for clients across the country. One of our latest projects was a set of vinyl graphics for Podcast Detroit Studios in Royal Oak, MI. They needed something to keep people from looking in their windows near the street and we were happy to install some graphics that have their logo and stop people from looking in. We also do other types of signage like banners, posters, etc. We love what we do! If you need custom signage or perforated window decals, call us at (586) 610-0055
The Eastpointe Police Department contacted us to help them with a special project. They needed custom motorcycle helmet stickers for their officers. We were more than happy to help out. Our talented art department produced some great designs for them to pick from. We also installed the vinyl graphics on the helmets to make things easy. The officers are sure to turn heads when they ride! Pictured are a few mockups of the artwork.
Demetris was in a pinch. He needed signage for his new business, but he was running out of time before the grand opening. Fusion Marketing came to the rescue, taking his logo and creating quality print files. The job was finished in time for the big day. Pictured are a few images Demetris shared with us for our portfolio. Thanks, Demetris!