A knight in shining armor

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Every day of the week, Steve goes into the sign studio with the excitement of a little kid. It’s a creative space on the edge of the big city. Filled with an array of sign samples – from silk to cement – he’s created an atmosphere of energy and enthusiasm, as if to say “we’re on the verge of something huge!”


Signs are on Steve’s mind all the time. When he’s not thinking up new ways to tackle his client’s challenges, he’s networking with new friends. He’s passionate about small business and people who are achieving their dreams outside of the corporate world. He even has a large display of other companies’ products and services in his studio.

From food trucks to 3D trade show graphics, it’s been an exciting year for KORT. Steve has designed a variety of creative lobby signs, wall murals, banners, monument signs and car wraps. He’s done projects for a wide range of organizations – churches, fitness centers, technology providers, restaurants, museums, ad agencies, realtors, retail stores, schools, sports teams, electricians and plumbers – to name a few.

Steve spends most of his time in other people’s offices. He’s pretty adamant about seeing the situation first hand, taking his own measurements, and offering new ideas to his clients. It may not be as easy as just sitting at a desk and taking orders, but it’s definitely a better way to do business.

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