As the holidays approach all of us here at Michigan Imagery want to take a moment and reflect on what we’re thankful for.
Since opening for business in 2014, Michigan Imagery has always strived to grow and expand what we offer to clients across Mid-Michigan. This past year has been a big step forward and we’re extremely thankful for all the new and unique projects we were given the opportunity to take on.
It’s been a long time dream of ours to build custom fabricated shipping containers, and in 2022 we were finally able to do just that. Bunker Busters ice cream officially opened for business in July and was custom built out of a 20 foot single trip shipping container. This is one of the largest projects Michigan Imagery has ever taken on and took months of planning and construction. Read more about it here.
Custom built commercial signage has always been our bread and butter and we’re grateful to all our clients who allowed us to push the boundaries and create one of a kind things like this large monument sign we completed for LightSky Farms. Located on busy Bristol Rd. this illuminated sign was built out of metal, composite decking, and acrylic and is sure to catch your eye and separate themselves from the competition.
In 2022 Michigan Imagery expanded our product line to include custom made channel letter signs. These signs are extremely popular with clients who are looking for visibility both day and night. Channel letters can be made in a wide of shapes and sizes, you can use your own custom fonts, logos, and choose from a variety of lighting options. For more information on channel letter signs check out our previous blog post by clicking here.
Finally, Michigan Imagery is thankful for all the support we’ve received from the Lansing community, and from our partners at Clockwork Powder Coating and Alro Steel. We wouldn’t be where we are today without that support and we’re forever grateful of the opportunities they’ve provided. As we look towards the new year we’re excited to see the unique creative projects yet to come.