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  1. In photos: Edmonton's Neon Light Museum

    Sunday, February 23, 2014

    On Friday night, as part of the celebrating my new job, Ian and my friend Heather took me out for dinner and to the launch of Edmonton's Neon Sign Museum.

    The museum is a collection of restored vintage signs from Edmonton's neon age, all installed outside the Telus building at the corner of 104 Ave and 104 Street. While only eight are up right now, there will be 12 (or hopefully even more!) in the future.

    It's such an innovative use of spacing on an otherwise unremarkable building (sorry Telus), in one of Edmonton's up-and-coming historical neighbourhoods, and will hopefully inspire new neon ventures in the future.

    To see some photos from the installation, check out Ian's photos for the Edmonton Sun. All photos above copyright Ian Kucerak / IK Creative.

  2. 5 comments:

    1. Huge congratulations on your new job!!! What a cool place to celebrate! I adore how so many of these signs are clearly Canadian through and through.

      ♥ Jessica

    2. Lisa said...

      That is so cool! I like the Toronto Star image with the man reading the paper.


    3. Randi said...

      This is fantastic! So glad there is an interest in preserving these great glowing signs. I'm with Lisa-- I love the Toronto Star sign, very cool!

      And congratulations on your job!

    4. Mim said...

      How smashing! They look really great.

    5. Paul said...

      Thanks for sharing ,make me easy to make to guess best light installation setup for my restaurant easily.

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