A Life in Neon by Tim Etchells

Etchells’ twists the societal idea that neon signs are made to instruct you and instead uses them to make you complicit in a personal drama you had no business walking in on. His glow-y neon signs tell brief, fragmented narratives… only a segment of a larger story everyone has missed.

(via: mymodernmet)

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