Evolved from the Geissler tube, the neon sign was a characteristic trait of America from the 1920s to the ’60s. It has marked several decades and created its own distinct era – an era of bright, colorful nights with neon marquee signs on every corner.
Without a doubt, the neon sign is a thing from the past. It is synonymous with retro style. But it is not as dull as the archaic stuff from the good old days. It has a zest; it has a vibe. Its colorful nature and bright personality keep it alive.
And even though the tendency of using neon signs is dying in real life, giving way to more sophisticated and elegant “green” solutions, there are still places to see it in…
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