Yes, it’s a bit of a play on words. Our goal at Sølv is to solve your signage and design problems, but Sølv is also Norwegian for silver, and we’re located in Park City, Utah, which began as a silver mining town. The economy has transitioned to skiing and other tourism, but the roots of the community are still evident in the names of neighborhoods and businesses.


Which brings us to the owners, Liz and Eric Myers. Eric’s Norwegian heritage led us to the name, but we won’t force you to wear Viking horns or eat lutefisk!


Liz and Eric Myers have been part of the Park City community since 2000 and look forward to serving friends, neighbors, local and regional businesses with expanded printing and sign fabricating capabilities at Sølv Signs + Graphics. 

Liz has a couple decades of graphic design experience, in small agencies, in publishing, and as an independent designer. She has run a vintage printing press and oddly enough even worked with neon in college. She is active in local non-profits, loves knitting, trail running, and skiing.

Eric brings over twenty years of sales, marketing and finance experience to Sølv. He has a masters in marketing, years of bank lending experience, and has started and run factoring companies. He prefers snowboarding and chases the white ball around the fairways.   

When not focusing on making great signs, they can be found enjoying the outdoors with their two kids and one very active dog.



Sølv Staff: Quality over quantity.
But do give us a call or send your resume if you think you could be an asset to the team!


Joe Cuglietta was raised between Park City and Cottonwood Heights, Utah. He studied Fine Arts at the University of Utah and Graphic Design at Salt Lake Community College. He began his career in design in 1992 in the ski industry before transferring to Park City to work in the sign industry in 1998. He is a consummate car guy and an avid skier and outdoorsman who lives in Sandy with his family, including a beagle named Josslynn.