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Pictured: Sin City’s neon graveyard where rusting cowboys, Indians and martini glasses finally see their rest

Some might call it trash, but we call it a glorious tribute to the brightly illuminated signs of the past. Located in Las Vegas, Nevada, a non-profit called The Neon Museum, collects and preserves discarded Las Vegas signs. It makes us giddy just looking at the pictures. The enormous letters, the vivid colors, the wide range of type faces, it’s practically an amusement park for graphic designers! Visiting this wonderful place has made it to our firm’s bucket list for sure.


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