Typographic Gems at The Neon Museum – Las Vegas

There’s one place that’s pure heaven for a designer with a passion for photography and that’s The Neon Museum in Las Vegas. Back in 2017 I was invited by Adobe to go to the Adobe Max conference in Las Vegas. Since then life has been throwing lemons at me too big too catch, so these photo’s where still stored on my computer…. The trip was too awesome that it would be a shame not to show you these typographic gems.

The Neon Museum, founded in 1996, is a non-profit organisation dedicated to collecting, preserving, studying and exhibiting iconic Las Vegas signs for educational, historic, arts and cultural enrichment.

The Neon Boneyard was installed in 2012. Pieces in the boneyard include signage from the Stardust, Riviera, Desert Inn and Caesars Palace as well as many others. The Neon Museum also houses fiberglass sculptures including a giant skull from the Treasure Island Hotel and Casino among others.

Walking through this boneyard was really such a joy… a memory that will last forever…

Photographed with permission at The Neon Museum, Las Vegas, Nevada

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