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
Designing a poster for an event can be tricky. It’s hard to come up with the perfect design that will capture your audience’s attention and get them excited about attending. However, fusion Marketing had a blast designing this poster for Podcast Detroit’s Charity Pinball event. With their creative juices flowing, they were able to produce something that would have been impossible on their own! Pictured are several mockups of the artwork.
Fusion Marketing designed and printed green and black standup banners that say “start your podcast” for Podcast Detroit. The banners are large, more than six feet tall, and roll up so they can be stored in a case when not in use. This product is perfect for advertising the studio’s services and can be used at events where space is limited. The banners are a great way to make an impression and get your message out there.
David Phillips was a talented, hard-working podcaster who passed away in 2021. He left behind his wife and two children. We created this shirt to help raise money for Dave’s family after he passed away unexpectedly. The shirts were sold online and DTG printed. Featured is John Hofmann’s favorite shirt featuring a quote from Dave “Don’t Be That Guy”. Rest easy friend.
Podcast Detroit is a podcast studio that offers high-quality audio production and editing services to podcasters. The owners wanted to create an iconic design for the business but didn’t want it to look like all of the other podcasts out there. They also wanted something that would be easy to put on stickers and t-shirts so people could wear them around town. So we created this simple yet powerful icon by combining the first three letters from each word in their name. We also added a nod to the iconic RUN DMC design to give it a timeless feel. This design was then printed onto 2″ full-color stickers with rounded corners.