Neon boneyard: where neon signs go to die

Photos from the Neon Museum in Las Vegas.

The museum/boneyard is where a lot of the signs from the old casinos end up. I thought it was amazing – an atmospheric, evocative, rusty slice of Americana. Well worth visiting, especially if you have even a passing interest in design or typography.

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