This short documentary visits Lite Brite Neon in New York to see how neon lights come to life, with a piece being made from start to finish.
Bonus video: a longer interview with Lite Brite Neon founder Matt Dilling:
Check out their Instagram for some really inspiring pieces:
• How Neon Lights Come to Life (YouTube / Bloomberg)
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