COMPUTER WHATEVER’S VEHICLE WRAP CHALLENGE

Computer Whatever is a fun company with an inventive brand, which helps make our job easy. The computer sales and service company came to us with big ideas for a vehicle wrap on its green Ford Fiesta. They had a compact budget to go along with their compact car.

KORT’S VEHICLE WRAP SOLUTION

After several rounds of revisions, the KORT design team landed on these stylish side, hood, back window, and tailgate graphics. We kept installation costs low by avoiding hard-to-wrap areas such as seams and accessories.

The KORT designers love to work closely with clients to come up with a range of possible solutions that will be the most effective design for the budget. By staying involved throughout the project, we help ensure your project stays on time and on budget.

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“Architectural signage compliments and accentuates the design aesthetics of a building or group of buildings. It enhances branding and is most often used to aid in wayfinding. The high quality of architectural signage is customarily enhanced by a consulting sales process that aims at optimizing design and placement to maximize ease of finding ones way and to minimize what I refer to as ‘wayfloundering’ (a term I have coined that refers to the stress and disorientation caused by inadequate use of wayfinding signage).”
John Selig

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COALITION’S BLADE SIGN CHALLENGE

Excelsior-based Coalition had just opened a new location in South Minneapolis in the 50th & France neighborhood. The owner wanted a fresh look for their new restaurant. Coalition’s graphic designer had come up with a great concept for a blade sign, but needed some help making it a reality.

KORT’S BLADE SIGN SOLUTION

The KORT design team had helped Coalition with its window graphics for the original restaurant in Excelsior. We jumped at the chance to help with the trendy look the designer had created for the new location. Coalition’s new blade sign incorporated a contemporary wrought iron bracket and a stained wooden shingle. The restaurant’s name would be engraved into the sign and then painted bright white to pop against the wood.

The restaurant’s logo was engraved using the router table and the wood was stained a deep brown. Then, one of our talented designers meticulously hand-painted the logo in crisp white and yellow to make it stand out. The entire sign was clear-coated to protect it against the elements for years of use.

The last step in the project was to install window graphics at the South Minneapolis location to match those of the ones that adorn the windows in Excelsior. We were honored to help Coalition with its recent expansion into South Minneapolis.

 

Need Help? We’re Here!

If you have any questions or concerns about your design, please give us a call.

5/5
“Architectural signage compliments and accentuates the design aesthetics of a building or group of buildings. It enhances branding and is most often used to aid in wayfinding. The high quality of architectural signage is customarily enhanced by a consulting sales process that aims at optimizing design and placement to maximize ease of finding ones way and to minimize what I refer to as ‘wayfloundering’ (a term I have coined that refers to the stress and disorientation caused by inadequate use of wayfinding signage).”
John Selig

For more examples of our work, please visit our Pinterest page.

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