Discovered in 1898, neon is a rare atmospheric gas that glows when heated with electricity. In 1902, French inventor Claude Georges was the first person to harness this glow in the form of a lamp. Since that time neon lights have become an iconic fixture in an ever changing society. Though the neon signs we see now a days are more often a mixture of different gases used to achieve the variety of colors, these signs have become beacons of society, leading us to restaurants, movie theaters, and stores.
These vibrant signs are part of a dying art, being replaced with less expensive materials but by opening your eyes to the world around you, you will discover beauty that is
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