Neon signage has become one of the most attractive marketing tool for any businesses, artists and decoration purposes as well as a new trend to utilize for domestic purposes. Neon signs will reveal their best features by adding light and colour to any space or room, window or outside of a building.
Neon offers unlimited options from window signs (shops, restaurants, bars, companies) to big brands’ signages and expensive billboards. Interior designers are able to use it for minimalistic or modern purposes; fashion industry, architects, musicians, artists and businesses for various art pieces.
Why choose neon signs?
- Stunning visuals
- Unmissable marketing tool & decorative purposes
- Colour matching to business/brand
- Versatility & adaptability – Size+Shape+Colour=Any ‘Neonised’ Style; Craft-driven – Handmade Aesthetic Art
- Pleasant Neon Glow (resting to the eye)
- Reasonably Affordable
- Low Maintenance
The very first neon signage was sold to a ritzy barber, which was taken over by Hard Rock Café, who still utilizes the same advertising art forms working with Dx Signs.
1898 Morris W.Travers and William Ramsay experimenting, placed neon in a glass container and charged it with electricity.
1910 Georges Claude succeeded in isolating neon and produced neon lights.
1912 Jacques Fonseque turned neon into a signage business. At this time, the glass tube is already pliable to shape the tubes into words.
1920s The last technological innovation resulted in combining argon gas (lavender colour) to the originally bright orangey-red neon, thus any neon colour can be produced.
Neon signs became landmarks in big cities (NYC, Las Vegas, Tokyo) and were popularly used for animated behemoths (casinos) and design transformations (Miami).